As is the trend of late, a large number of WCM vendors are bring their WCM product lines to the cloud in one way or the other and PaperThin is no exception. Today, they have announced the release of CommonSpot Cloud, a SaaS based version of their popular, award winning WCM platform.
“There is tremendous pressure on marketers now more than ever to deliver on the promise of the Web. Organizations want better results, faster. CommonSpot Cloud removes IT from the Web management equation so marketers can easily combine their creativity with our powerful content management capabilities for better results without encountering bottlenecks. They can be up and running and quickly creating the digital initiatives they want, and optimizing those campaigns in real time. That's a powerful combination that brings marketers real business agility,” said Todd Peters, founder and president of PaperThin.
Key Benefits for Marketers:
“We offer significant IT benefits as well,” Peters added. “CommonSpot Cloud lowers Web operating costs and administrative burdens, frees up IT resources, and improves reliability and scalability. This offering is perfect for those seeking leaner, cloud-based Web infrastructures. While we remain committed to our on premises, ColdFusion-based solution, we've added this new cloud-based option to round out our offering with choices that meet any organization's needs regardless of size, budget, platform, or resources.”
Key Benefits for IT:
CommonSpot Cloud is available on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) at four basic price levels—Express, Standard, Professional, and Enterprise—but can be customized to each customer's specific configuration. Customers will be able to leverage the benefits of cost, reliability, elasticity, and security for their Web infrastructure. PaperThin's Professional Services team, along with its certified partners, will provide core implementation services for the initial site build out and training. All ongoing server and software maintenance tasks, upgrades, support, and performance monitoring will be handled by PaperThin, eliminating the need for specialized internal IT resources.