Cisco WebEx WebOffice Customers Offered New Home with Qrimp

Hundreds of thousands of business users left scrambling by Cisco’s decision to end-of-life its WebEx WebOffice product have been thrown a lifeline by web app experts Qrimp.

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We are offering WebEx clients a new home with Qrimp at exactly the same SaaS pricing levels and with a promise that Qrimp can be run independently of us, on the client’s own servers. That alleviates the risk of encountering another end of life situation.

(PRWEB) January 15, 2014

An enterprise-class data management software company, Qrimp is offering a cost effective, robust and stress free migration path with a dedicated pricing plan and personalized transition assistance for WebEx users.

Randall Minter, Founder and CTO of Qrimp said, “We understand what a difficult decision those using WebEx face and the stress associated with being forced to shift from an intrinsic and familiar part of day-to-day business to a new environment.”

The Qrimp alternative to WebEx WebOffice couples supreme flexibility, robust security and a state-of-the-art platform with a future-proof on premises installation option. Mr. Minter added, “We are offering WebEx clients a new home with Qrimp at exactly the same SaaS pricing levels and with a promise that Qrimp can be run independently of us, on the client’s own servers. That alleviates the risk of encountering another end of life situation. Never having to go through such a forced migration is part of the reason we built Qrimp in the first place.”

In addition to offering WebEx functionality, Qrimp takes collaboration a step further by empowering savvy users to create and manage their own web applications. Part of Qrimp's goal is to let clients put all of their data in one system - products, content, customers, resources, accounts, and more – making it significantly more responsive and collaborative than WebEx.

Users forced to slot their business into a WebEx sized hole can customize Qrimp to their own designs or choose from a host of pre-built products that give users total control over their data, including payroll process management, ecommerce, inventory management and sophisticated content tools. The Qrimp Platform is a rapid application development tool used to develop database applications for the web, from a web browser so users are no longer constrained by software roadblocks or forced to work with systems that don’t quite match their business requirements. Instead, businesses with or without IT departments can create intuitive apps for any type of business problem tailored to their individual needs and specifications.

To learn more about migrating from WebEx WebOffice to Qrimp, visit http://www.qrimp.com or call 360-761-4275.


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