(PRWEB) November 26, 2013
As reported in The Hill, President Obama said in a recent fundraiser in Beverly Hills, that the administration has made progress towards fixing the HealthCare.gov website. “Healthcare.gov was actually starting to work pretty well now,” stated the President.
In October 2013, the Obama administration set out to launch HealthCare.gov, a health care marketplace where Americans can browse and select their health insurance coverage move forward. It aims to provide affordable health care coverage for individuals, families and small businesses. However, a vast majority of visitors to the website were not able to sign up for any coverage on October 1, stated in an article from Politico.
"Just as we have seen with how the administration had needed support to handle and address their surge of web traffic, small and medium sized companies face the same challenges of maintaining their website to ensure their website never goes offline" said Robb Capielo, Founder and CEO of CP Communications.
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“It’s our job to make sure your site is always up, ready, and fully able to speak for itself,” added Capielo. “Any business online needs to have the right team to support their needs at a moment’s notice. I’m happy to learn how the Obama administration had made strides to correct the issue and that the website is now able to handle the higher capacity.”
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