Businesses that use Box Enterprise share information easily and collaborate efficiently, moving important company projects forward faster
Palo Alto, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2008
Box.net, a leading provider of tools for managing and sharing data online, today announced a partnership with Etelos, the on-demand services delivery company. Box.net will offer its Enterprise service through the Etelos Marketplace. Box Enterprise provides businesses of all sizes with the tools they need to manage company work flow efficiently and effectively in a completely web-based environment with no hardware to manage or software to install. Users can access, edit, share, and save presentations, contracts, marketing materials and more in a shared collaboration space, whether they are on-premise or off-shore. Box.net's Enterprise service will be available to businesses searching for on demand solutions through Etelos.
Box Enterprise is the web's leading online content and collaboration platform for organizations of all sizes. The secure, cost-effective solution is seeing enormous growth as organizations adopt Box Enterprise as their online communication and collaboration choice. "Businesses that use Box Enterprise share information easily and collaborate efficiently, moving important company projects forward faster," said Karen Appleton, VP of Business Development, Box.net. "The Box.net-Etelos partnership is a great reseller channel that will expand the reach of Box Enterprise."
About Box.net, Inc.
Founded in March 2005, Box.net (http://www.box.net) is a leading provider of tools for managing and sharing data online. The service enables users to share, access, and collaborate on files of any type from anywhere. With over 2 million users, over 1 million files served every day, and more than 1000 developers in the Box Enabled Network, Box.net is the first web-native system for access and collaboration allowing for a broad array of functionality. The service is used by individuals, small businesses, and Fortune 1000 companies.
Box.net was the first internet storage provider to launch an open API in late 2005. In December 2007, the company launched its OpenBox platform, which connects data from Box.net to other web-based applications and services (like Zoho, Picnik and eFax), giving users the power to do more with their data. The open platform permits companies and developers to integrate their applications and services on the Box.net website. Box.net is a privately held company headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, and is backed by venture capital firms Draper Fisher Jurvetson and U.S. Venture Partners.
Etelos provides on-demand browser-based applications on the hosting environment that you choose. Etelos™ technology for developing and deploying on-demand applications is revolutionizing the world of software distribution. The Etelos Marketplace™ gives developers an easy way to license, distribute and host their applications, and businesses a wide selection of fully customizable, on-demand applications. Etelos, Etelos CRM™, Etelos Projects™, and Etelos Marketplace are trademarks of Etelos, Inc.; other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. For more information about Etelos, please visit http://www.etelos.com.