mmprove Enables Non-Technical Personnel to Easily and Inexpensively Manage Their Company’s Website Content

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MindHarbor, Inc., a leading provider of website and application development services announces the launch of Version 3 of the mmprove Website Content Manager. mmprove allows businesses to keep their website content up-to-date without the costly requirement of a webmaster or contracted technical support. Version 3 of mmprove contains the customer-requested Portfolio Manager and Ad Manager modules as well as the ability to work in both Windows and MAC environments. The web-based application, developed entirely in the United States, was specifically designed to eliminate content management bottlenecks by enabling non-technical personnel to easily manage and update their website.

MindHarbor, Inc., a leading provider of website and application development services announces the launch of Version 3 of the mmprove Website Content Manager. mmprove allows businesses to keep their website content up-to-date without the costly requirement of a webmaster or contracted technical support. Version 3 of mmprove contains the customer-requested Portfolio Manager and Ad Manager modules as well as the ability to work in both Windows and MAC environments. The web-based application, developed entirely in the United States, was specifically designed to eliminate content management bottlenecks by enabling non-technical personnel to easily manage and update their website.

"We’ve learned over the last 6 years that if you want to keep clients and prospects coming back to your website you need to continually add fresh content" says Mike Blazedell, MindHarbor’s Chief Marketing Officer. Performed in-house or outsourced, website updates can become costly. "Website content has become more important than design and companies have invested significant resources in content management solutions that remain too cumbersome to use." mmprove was created to address this dilemma.

mmprove offers one of the lowest cost models in the industry. As part of the installation fee, which starts at $100, MindHarbor prepares all of the user interfaces for its clients. The client then leases the software on a monthly basis for $50. A “Pay-As-You-Go” option is available to those companies that do not generate new content on a frequent basis. mmprove can be implemented on a website in less than a day, hundreds of times faster than typical CMS deployments. Furthermore, mmprove is plug-n-play so it can be easily inserted into the majority of websites and unlike many content management applications, the website to be managed can be hosted by the company’s existing web hosting provider or by MindHarbor.

During the design and development of mmprove, MindHarbor leveraged its experience of delivering web-related services to a variety of organizations. "We know first-hand that almost all businesses, no matter what their structure, size or geographic location, encounter the same challenges with their technology-based marketing initiatives," says Brian Jenkins CEO of MindHarbor. "Our goal is to deliver inexpensive web-based solutions that significantly simplify business processes. We believe that we have developed the most comprehensive content manager in it’s price range." MindHarbor expects to launch two additional web-based applications within the next 3 months.

About MindHarbor

MindHarbor is a results-oriented Marketing Services provider specializing in Web Design, Application Development and Online Marketing Services. The company is comprised of a diverse collection of seasoned professionals with an intimate understanding of the challenges that businesses encounter today. Founded in January of 2000, MindHarbor remains the best option for companies requiring a partner that is committed to helping them realize true value with their technology-based marketing initiatives.

Brian Jenkins

Chief Executive Officer

MindHarbor, Inc

Telephone: 678.896.4288

Fax: 678.896.4289

URLS: http://www.mindharbor.com & http://www.mmprove.com

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