Dublin, 1st July 2008 – Webtrade, one of Ireland’s longest established web development companies, today announced that sales of its new Siternity CMS ‘Websites for Life’ have exceeded EUR250k in the first six months of 2008. It’s based on the Software as a Service (SaaS) model, giving clients’ automatic updates ensuring that their websites will always have the latest web technology without the need for costly redevelopments.
To date in 2008, more than 40 new websites have been created using Siternity, generating new sales for Webtrade of more than EUR250k. These customers will see savings of up to 45% over the next five years because their sites don’t need to be completely rebuilt every time new technologies become available, saving significant capital outlay each time.
Barry O’Callaghan, Principal of Senior College Dun Laoghaire, which recently launched its new website, said “Siternity makes it very easy for us to update our website without needing to turn to employ technical staff. ‘Websites for Life’ means we can be sure we always have access to the latest web technologies while knowing we won’t need to rebuild the website from scratch in a year or two. It keeps us ahead of our competitors and reduces the total cost of ownership of our website.”
Patrick Bates, managing director, Webtrade, said “Siternity is taking the market by storm. Sales have exceeded our expectations for the first six months of 2008. Clients are already benefitting from several significant new features of the system; with more to follow in the second half of the year.”