Ingeniux Revamps Their Hosted CMS Offerings

Following just months after the launch of version 6.0 of its flagship CMS, <a href="">Ingeniux</a> this week announced a significant update to its <a href="">Ingeniux OnDemand</a> hosted Web content management solution.

Peter Hagopian, Contributor

September 5, 2008

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Following just months after the launch of version 6.0 of its flagship CMS, Ingeniux this week announced a significant update to its Ingeniux OnDemand hosted Web content management solution.Ingeniux was early to the software-as-a-service (SaaS) game, offering a remotely hosted version of its content management system starting in 2003. Ingeniux CMS 6.0 in particular seems to be a natural fit as a fully hosted offering, as all of its features are accessible via a Web browser. In fact, currently more than half of its customers have opted for the hosted version, with the other half using the traditional host-it-yourself model.

Ingeniux has dubbed its revamped offering "Web content management-by-the-slice," and each of its three packages includes Ingeniux CMS software along with dedicated servers, bandwidth, and technical support. The three new packages break down as follows:

Ingeniux On-Demand VM Essential -- supports up to 15 users and one Web site Ingeniux On-Demand VM Pro -- supports up to 50 users and three Web sites Ingeniux On-Demand VM Enterprise -- supports up to 200 users and 20 Web sites These options make an already-solid product offering from Ingeniux even more appealing, and although it probably won't reduce dependency on internal IT to zero, having hosting and technical support included as part of the fixed monthly pricing is pretty appealing. Software-as-a-service solutions will never be the perfect fit for every organization, but it's getting harder and harder to come up with excuses not to try them out, as systems get more reliable and their Web-based feature sets get richer. Ingeniux CMS 6.0 is a mature, feature-rich product and by all accounts, the company's hosted product (it just added a new data center in Las Vegas) is quite reliable. I always like the opportunity to test drive a content management system, and its fully functional demo should give you a good taste of what to expect from the hosted platform.

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