Montreal (PRWEB) March 1, 2010
StatusNet Inc, makers of the StatusNet Open Source microblogging server, launched the StatusNet Enterprise Network (SEN), their support program specifically tailored for corporate clients. Initial customers include Motorola Corporation and Canonical Ltd.
"StatusNet's uptake in the enterprise has been phenomenal," says Evan Prodromou, founder and CEO of StatusNet Inc. "IT departments love that our Open Source software installs easily inside data centers and integrates well with directory servers and other enterprise systems. The StatusNet Enterprise Network is a business relationship that gives the reliability and support that customers expect from enterprise-grade software."
The StatusNet Enterprise Network program offers three plans, priced from US$1000 to US$10000 for an annual subscription. Customers can depend on guaranteed response times for support requests by email and phone, including 24-hour support. The StatusNet Enterprise Network also includes several hours per month of one-on-one best practices consulting for developers, administrators, and community managers, and pro-active notification of upgrades and security alerts.
Enterprise Network members participate in StatusNet's exclusive on-line enterprise community, where they can get advice from other enterprise users and interact directly with StatusNet architects and engineers. The StatusNet Enterprise Network also includes access to publications showcasing how to best use StatusNet technically and professionally within the company.
Rami Levy of Motorola Inc. says that their StatusNet installation has "revolutionized internal communications at Motorola." In addition to daily company communications, Motorola used their StatusNet installation to organize their corporate effort at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2010 in Las Vegas.
For details on SEN plans, see http://status.net/enterprise-network.
About StatusNet Inc
StatusNet Inc, based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, provides the Open Source microblogging server StatusNet. The company provides support packages and custom development for the platform as well as a cloud service (now in private beta).
Jon Phillips, +1.510.499.0894, http://status.net/press