Handzon Launches Software Programming Division focusing on Web Applications
Small business application development now gets affordable
San Francisco (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Handzon (http://www.handzon.com), a leader in DIY website building software services, is now going beyond web site software as a service, to extend it's offerings to include custom built shopping carts and business application development. With more than 12 years developing the Handzon application, small to medium size businesses can now have their web applications developed and managed by the same software programmers that have built the Handzon application.
Some of the many services available are to include: Custom Web Based Software Programming, Shopping carts, Content Management Solutions, Technology Consulting, Software Security, Beta Testing and Management and Support.
Included with these development services, Handzon also applies very aggressive pricing packages, allowing small to medium size businesses to access services that normally would be out of reach. The moment a consultation has been completed and a final quote determined, customers can choose from very convenient payment plans of up to two years interest free. Monthly payments will also include management and hosting of all developed applications.
Handzon finds its beginnings in 2001 by creating one of the world's first web site building applications. Throughout its history, the Handzon software has created 1.8 million web sites accessed by "do it yourself" web site builders from around the world and continues to grow its customer base worldwide. Handzon website builder offers premium paid packages along with a free website version that requires no billing information. There are helpful website building tutorials located within the software to assist new users on how to create a website easily. Handzon supports Mac and PC, and also works with all modern browsers.
For more information go to http://www.handzon.com or call (415)-320-7483.
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