ZacWare Releases Jentla, the Revolutionary Joomla-based Multisite CMS that Can Manage Over 10,000 Websites!

Chicago, Illinois (PressExposure) April 30, 2009 -- ZacWare announced the global release of Jentla at the CMSExpo in Chicago this morning. Jentla is smashing preconceived notions and revolutionizing the multisite CMS by offering a truly scalable solution. A 10,000 site installation of Jentla is in the final stages of testing and will be completed within one month. Developers can use Jentla to build, manage, and maintain thousands of individual websites from one central management system. The price point is radically lower than existing providers in this segment, and with much lower infrastructure requirements.

Today’s enterprise CMS customers have a number of outmoded and expensive solutions to choose from. This software is a huge investment and with ongoing maintenance and upgrade headaches, the implementation costs are often higher than the licensing. For example eHub LLC’s founder, Mr. Brett Adkins spent 11 intense months of development, preparing to roll out a series of nationwide hyper local Savings Search Engines, Brett states: “Upon discovering Jentla, and it's streamlined multisite management / enterprise capabilities, we were immediately able to reallocate thousand’s in ongoing monthly technical support costs, towards our sales and marketing budget. When you factor in the increased security, access control lists and the ability to upgrade modules and components across hundreds of portals within minutes, this is a quantum leap for Joomla."

Inhouse and contract website developers are held back from new growth by website maintenance costs. As they creates more sites, the burden of support rises. For small developers and inhouse teams, this often stops them from getting higher value new work. Developers have been looking for a way to rapidly build new sites, reduce maintenance overhead but also retain the control and flexibility today’s website clients demand in an increasing competitive environment.

“We have not marketed or advertised Jentla before today, yet we have received an unbelievable amount of interest from both the open source and commercial sectors. Jentla’s rapid deployment capability, dynamically scalable infrastructure, automated tools and centralized management provides the website development community a great new solution at the perfect time.” says Damian Hickey Zacware’s founder.

“Work is also now complete on a Joomla 1.0 to 1.5 upgrader which is included in Jentla. This upgrader is coming just in time for the approximately five million websites using Joomla 1.0 which goes end of life before August. Instead of taking a day or more to upgrade a site, with Jentla, it can be done automatically in a few minutes. We will be announcing a series of business partners in the near future who will be working with us to get a good share of this upgrade market." says Hickey. Jentla is available in two modes. As a SaaS offering, existing websites can be imported under Jentla management and remain in their current hosting. For larger enterprises requiring the hosting to be done in their own environment, a fully in-house version is also available. Whichever solution a client selects, they have maximum flexibility both now and in the future.

Jentla is available now. For details on pricing and different product options, call David Brown at 1-415-345-7773, email, or visit

About ZacWare

About ZacWare

ZacWare is the new leader in true multisite content management system development. ZacWare delivers the right development and management platform, tools and expertise that enable companies to create scalable website development that are reliable, easy to manage, and affordable. For more information about ZacWare, or ZacWare’s other products please visit
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Press Release Submitted On: April 30, 2009 at 6:09 pm
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