Insite Software Sees Strong Demand for B2B Ecommerce

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) February 29, 2012

Insite Software, a leading provider of B2B and B2C ecommerce platforms and shipping solutions, today announced that manufacturers and distributors at a recent Infor distribution user event attended B2B ecommerce presentations by Linda Taddonio, Chief Ecommerce Strategy Officer of Insite Software, in record numbers. Her sessions shared proven B2B ecommerce strategies that explored how to address The Effect within B2B ecommerce, use innovative business models to open new sales channels, leverage social marketing to build community around B2B ecommerce, and measure an ecommerce sites return-on-investment. Insite Software extended a special offer to Infor SX.enterprise, Infor FACTS and Infor A+ users at the event by offering a complimentary two-hour ecommerce consultation via phone to jumpstart the development of a unique B2B ecommerce strategy for their organizations.

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Softaculous Launches Webuzo 1.5 and AMPPS 1.6 with NoSQL Database

(PRWEB) February 29, 2012

Softaculous Ltd., the developer of Webuzo Virtual Appliances and Webuzo Cloud that simplifies deployment of various Open Source Web Applications in the Cloud, today announced the launch of a new version of Webuzo which has MongoDB as a NoSQL option. Softaculous Ltd. also announced the availability of MongoDB as a NoSQL option in the new version AMPPS 1.6 which was launched simultaneuosly alongwith Webuzo.

The company is also making a free version of Webuzo available with the new version. This free version will have most of the current Webuzo features and 59 apps. «The free version makes Webuzo one of the best LAMP stacks available. You can use Webuzo in the cloud or as a Virtual Appliance.» said Pulkit Gupta, COO of Softaculous Ltd.

Webuzo Cloud simplifies the deployment of various Web Applications and Development Stacks on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. Webuzo is a LAMP stack with Nameserver Management, FTP Management, Python, PERL, 259 WEB Applications, etc. One can use Webuzo Cloud and deploy various types of apps like WordPress, Magento, ERPs like SugarCRM, Development tools like Zend Framework, CodeIgniter, jQuery, etc. Since Webuzo is a Single User software, the application is able to make optimum utilization of the Instances Resources.

To address the needs of different Enterprises, SMB’s, and Web Developers, Softaculous Webuzo has 259 Applications. «Webuzo is especially beneficial to SMBs and Enterprises as they will not have to spend time installing Apache, MySQL, PHP, PERL, Python, NoSQL seperately and also they can install various collaboration tools, wikis, ERP software, etc. by the click of a button.» said Valerian Pereira, Webuzo Developer at Softaculous Ltd. Webuzo can enable an Enterprise to launch hundreds of instances, of say the PHP Zend Framework, within minutes. said Divij Satra, Webuzo Developer at Softaculous Ltd.

The Softaculous Webuzo library already contains popular applications, including: WordPress, b2evolution, StatusNet, Drupal, Joomla, Concrete5, phpBB, MyBB, SMF, bbPress, Coppermine, Gallery, Mediawiki, DokuWiki, TikiWiki, Elgg, Dolphin, OpenX, SquirrelMail, LimeSurvey, Piwik, Mantis, SugarCRM, WHMCS, PrestaShop, Magento, CraftySyntax, osTicket, Moodle, Claroline, etc. Softaculous Auto Installer is used by millions of users in over 130 countries.

The Webuzo Cloud service is available for a minimal fee of $ 2.5/instance/month or a flat monthly fee of $ 25 for unlimited Webuzo Cloud Instances.

The company also has a desktop software called AMPPS A Windows and MAC stack of Apache, MySQL, PHP, PERL, Python and Softaculous. Users, especially developers, can use this software stack to install any application on their Desktops. AMPPS also has two PHP binaries and users can switch between the latest PHP version and a legacy PHP version by the click of a button. AMPPS can help any user deploy Web Apps on their Desktops or in the Office. «NoSQL is becoming very popular and by adding MongDB, AMPPS makes it so much easier for the developers to get instant access to a NoSQL Database.» said Ketan Shah, a developer at Softaculous.

About Softaculous

Softaculous was founded in 2009 with the goal of helping users to deploy apps by the click of a button.

Softaculous is already being offered by leading Data Centers and Web hosting companies around the world.

It is very easy to find, deploy, manage, backup applications using Softaculous.

One can also deploy apps in the office using Softaculous Webuzo or Softaculous AMPPS.

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Shopify Announces Winner of «Build-A-Business Competition»

(PRWEB) February 29, 2012

Shopify, the leading ecommerce platform used to create and power online stores, today announced the winner of its Build-A-Business Competition, that is awarding a total of $ 500,000 in prizes and giveaways. Over 3,000 entrepreneurs created new online stores that sold over $ 12 million in products during the eight month competition period. The grand prize is awarded to Coffee Joulies, an innovative startup that crowd-sourced funding on Kickstarter and built their ecommerce store on Shopify.

Coffee Joulies are polished stainless steel beans that regulate the temperature of coffee. The product was developed by Dave Jackson and Dave Petrillo, two mechanical engineers from New Jersey. They went on Kickstarter to crowd-source their funding with a goal of $ 9,500 and ended up raising $ 306,944 with 4,818 backers.

I spent one evening building our online store on Shopify. We were accepting orders the next day and quickly sold out. Using Shopify for ecommerce eliminated most of the tedious parts associated with starting a business,» said Petrillo. «The only thing we have to focus on is our brand, our products, and our customers – the way it should be. We know if we build our brand slowly and carefully, we can make Coffee Joulies a million dollar business by the end of the year,» said Jackson.

Coffee Joulies wins Shopifys grand prize of $ 100,000 cash, along with VIP trips to New York City and San Francisco to meet Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Timothy Ferriss. These meetings are intended to provide the winners with high-end business and marketing advice to further grow their company.

In addition to the grand prize, Shopify is awarding a total of $ 150,000 cash and $ 60,000 in Google AdWords credits to the following industry and regional category winners:

Tattly: Tina Roth Eisenberg was frustrated that childrens rub-on tattoos were often poorly designed. Tina (aka Swiss Miss), opened her own temporary tattoo online store featuring art by famous designers.

Opena Case: Rob Ward and Chris Peters solved a dilemma of epic proportions, having a cold beer but no way of opening it. Whats the one thing you always have on you? Your phone. Solution: an iPhone bottle opener.

FlockStocks: Sophie Kovic was working at a local movie theatre until she read Tim Ferriss book The 4-Hour Workweek. She followed his step-by-step business plan and created a feather hair extension online store. Her feathers are selling all around the world.

NeuYear: Jesse Phillips was disillusioned with his computer science degree and became determined to save himself from a life working in a cubicle. He semi-quit his day job and developed an artistic one-year calendar poster.

MyFootyBoots: Brad Jorgensen was tired of overpriced soccer cleats in his home country, Australia. He found suppliers and opened an online store offering fair prices.

Simply Hops: Small batch beer makers often have difficulty finding a variety of quality hops available for purchase in small quantities. Simply Hops was developed to cater to craft brewers that dont want to make expensive bulk purchases.

Clearpath Robotics: Matthew Randall and four other mechanical engineers from the University of Waterloo created an open-source and fully customizable robot called TurtleBot. Its currently the most powerful and capable entry-level robot in the world.

This is Shopifys second Build-A-Business Competition, the first of which DODOcase took home the $ 100,000 grand prize. This years competition exceeded all our expectations and we couldnt be happier with the results. We are blown away by the quality of all 3,060 online stores that were created to compete, and I cant wait to start writing checks for the winners, said Tobias L

Google unifica su política de privacidad para todos sus servicios

Tweet Hasta ahora, Google tenía hasta 70 documentos distintos sobre privacidad y condiciones de uso para sus diversos servicios y productos. Esto chocaba un poco con su idea de simplicidad y de unificación de todos sus servicios. Por eso, han unificado todas sus políticas de privacidad en una sola con la idea de crear una experiencia de usuario simple e intuitiva en todo Google. La idea es recabar en un solo texto las políticas de casi todos sus productos y explicar qué tipo de información recolectan y guardan y cómo utilizan estos datos de forma lo más sencilla posible para que lo entienda todo el mundo. Para Google es importante que el usuario entienda qué se hace con esta información. La idea es que Google será capaz de avisarte de que llegas tarde a una reunión basándose en tu calendario de google, en tu localización y en las previsiones del tiempo y del tráfico locales. Las reacciones de los usuarios ante esto son básicamente dos: los que creen que es algo buenísimo, y los que creen que es una invasión de la privacidad. A mí me parece algo muy bueno, y creo que Google simplemente está tratando de mejorar su producto. Pero por otro lado, sabemos que aunque Google garantice la total privacidad (a excepción quizá de que use los datos para mostrarnos publicidad), en cualquier momento puede venir un gobierno y quedarse con todos los datos de millones de personas como recientemente hemos visto con el cierre de Megaupload. Aquí las políticas de privacidad de Google para consultar. ¿qué os parece? Tweet

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No Fault Announces Memberships to National Association of Child Care Professionals, School Administrators, and Exhibition

Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) February 29, 2012

No Fault, original creators of playground safety surfacing,, with over thirty years of construction and surfacing experience, announces their membership to the National Association of Child Care Professionals (NACCP) and the American Association of School Administrators. The company has also registered to show at the NACCP National Conference in San Antonio, Texas April 25-27, 2012.

No Fault believes that these organizations are important to the childcare and education industries and invests in these organizations to show support for these industries.

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Digital Publications That Challenge the «Status Quo»

Cheyenne, WY (PRWEB) February 28, 2012

In a recent interview with Yakible Magazine’s Delwyn Smith (Editor-in-Chief), it was announced that the Wyoming based Lab313 Corp has launched a new set of digital media publications under the name of «Yakible»

Yakible consists of three flip page publications (Yakible Magazine, Yakible Newsletter and Yakible Bites). Yakible’s focus is to challenge conventional thinking by showing clear examples and evidence to the contrary.

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CircuitLab Launches In-Browser Electronic Circuit Simulator

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2012

CircuitLab today announced the public release of its suite of web-based electronics design tools, including the first web-based circuit simulator with the power and accuracy needed for board-level design tasks. CircuitLab is now available free of charge to practicing electrical engineers, engineering students, and electronics hobbyists around the world at

Computers have almost completely replaced pencil and paper for note taking, grocery lists, calendars, and even post-it notes, yet the back of an envelope still remains the quickest way for an electrical engineer to sketch out a circuit idea. CircuitLab brings the ease of envelope sketching to the notebook you carry around with you the most — your computer — and combines it with the power of the web browser to let you simulate, refine, and then share your creations with other designers around the world.

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San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 23, 2012

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Prayer Goes Social on Episcopal Church Drupal Website

Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) February 28, 2012

The Episcopal Church has embraced the Internet to help its members embrace the Church. Among the features now available on its new website developed by Drupal developer Duo Consulting, church members can submit their prayers, view other prayers and like prayers to offer their support. In addition to bringing information on missions, feasts, fasts, sermons and doctrine to its members, the Church also offers perspective for non-members on what the Church stands for and what it means to be Episcopalian.

The requirement to launch quickly, on budget and with a broad new and imaginative set of feature requirements dictated the Drupal open source content management platform and led the Church to Duo Consulting. The Episcopal Church and Duo worked together to construct a site that was easy for non-technical staff to manage. The Duo team worked miracles, held our hands and delivered on time, says Barry Merer, manager of web services and social media for the Episcopal Church. Features of the new site include:

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