Singapore, 23 May 2000 - In an effort to expand its market, ThatWeb hopes to shed its image of just being a e-mail retrieval service and bring the focus back to it being primarily an ASP, generating most of its business from providing B2B solutions while catering to end users at the same time.
The expansion plans has spawned new back-end offerings like:
LoadMagic which distributes browser requests from various destinations to different web servers for processing, eliminating delays in server response time
MSG121 which is a corporate instant messaging application that works like a call centre with higher efficiency
- EagleEye which works as a server-monitoring application that safeguards webservers round the clock by detecting unusual activity on the web site and initiating restarts or shut downs should the server encounter a problem after the web manager is alerted
These back-end offerings can be licensed to the clients with the option to either allow ThatWeb to manage the applications or to run it themselves.
Front-end products like Uni.Mail and Uni.Verse are also available for licensing to be run by the clients themselves.
ThatWeb believes that it is contributing to the knowledge-based economy by developing solutions that will enable easier transfer of knowledge, shorter lapse time in business dealings and change the way people do business.
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