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March 04, 2011

DediPower Delivers Dedicated Server Infrastructure and Support to Controlled Projects

DediPower, the UK-based hosting company, announced it is offering dedicated server infrastructure and support to Controlled Projects’ capital projects.

Controlled Projects is one of the UK's leading suppliers of cloud-based contract, performance and cost management services to its clients in the U.K., Europe, and Australasia.

Controlled Projects' Web-based software is delivered using DediPower's (News - Alert) server platform and system architecture to provide 100 percent secure Web-based management of multi- company, multi supplier and multi-faceted contracts.

“Our software tools help to prevent inconsistent processes, delayed projects and poor deliverables while reducing timescales and minimizing paperwork,” said Ed Laccohee, founder and director of Controlled Projects, in a statement.

“Given size, scale and complexity, it is vital that the SaaS (News - Alert) platform is delivered on a completely reliable platform. DediPower managed hosting was chosen following an in-depth assessment and selection process that involved extensive fail-over trials and testing,” Laccohee added.

Its association with DediPower has assisted Controlled Projects to offer solutions that give businesses the trust to keep their precious data and IT in the Cloud. DediPower provides Controlled Projects with an optimized server farm that is controlled, scalable and completely reliable in a secure location.

“Large organizations are waking up to the power of web based applications to allow closer collaboration and control, across ever more complex and geographically dispersed enterprises,” said Chris Miller, CEO of DediPower, in a statement.

“We are delighted to help Controlled Projects deliver its first rate management solutions internationally; in a way that minimizes risk and allows them to be competitive without compromising on performance,” Miller added.

Recently, DediPower announced that it provides the flexible hosting platform essential to The Diamond Store's successful online jewelry business. With DediPower's expert architecture and system support, the Diamond Store is able to run its complex e-commerce Web site, company officials said.

Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell

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