WebHost Automation hints at module developer programme
Media Release – January 5th, 2007
Issued By – WebHost Automation

WebHost Automation hints at module developer programme
WebHost Automation (http://www.webhostautomation.com) executives recently met in Hamburg, Germany, to discuss the specifics of their Module Developer Programme, a plan to harness the expected rapid-fire development of modules for Helm 4, the leading Windows based webhosting control panel.

The modular approach is already proving its ability to automate webhosting control systems in a way that enables the webhosts to control and sell anything, virtually anywhere. The modular framework at the very core of Helm 4 allows webhosts to move well beyond control over basic processes.

Modular development is the framework that makes it possible for administrators to develop and add new products, to meet demand or to stay a step ahead of trends, in a simple plug-n-play manner.

“Modules are being developed by WHA, developers, and even hosts themselves,” said Adam Saunders, WebHost Automation Founder and Chief Technical Officer. “So we’re expecting to see module development expand what Helm can do very quickly.”

An announcement that will detail the exact nature of the programme, which was developed based on a large amount of input from key figures in the developer and Windows hosting scene, is likely to be made in early January.

For further information, contact Mark Hall: [email protected]

WebHost Automation Limited is based in Bristol, United Kingdom, and has developed Helm, the only true multi-server control panel software for Windows. Since startup in 2002, WebHost Automation has grown steadily, and now has customers in well over 130 countries. The Helm community can be found online at http://forums.webhostautomation.com/