Zendit launch marks new era in cloud services development 

Social sharing website Zendit has launched, marking the formal unveiling of a unique cloud application development platform scheduled to underpin the launch of a raft of new online applications in 2011.

by Ildiko Kiss Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Social storage service Zendit has launched, marking the formal unveiling of a unique cloud application service platform scheduled to underpin the launch of a raft of new online applications in 2011.

Billed as the first of a new breed of cloud media solutions, the social storage service offers users a new way to create, store and engage with digital content. Built using a platform designed to lend organisations the ability to produce cloud-based solutions faster, cheaper and more effectively than any of the available alternatives, the Zendit system also provides developers with the tools they need to create powerful and flexible services that utilise the latest technologies without breaking the bank.

"In the age of the app-driven internet, companies are being forced to take a fresh approach to the business of creating the next generation of online tools and services. We've entered an era where the demand for intuitive, highly flexible services capable of plugging into every level of your operation has gone completely off the scale. Across every sector you'll find organisations struggling to deliver exactly what their customers want, precisely when they want it, on whichever device they happen to be using at the time," said CEO Kevin Bradshaw.

"This is the challenge that the Zendit platform meets, and is a prime example of the kind of service you can deliver - despite being on a tight timeline and even tighter budget - if you embrace the advantages of cloud architectures."

Offering a compelling range of features including collaborative collections, image slideshows, streaming audio and video and full social networking integration, Zendit’s feature set far surpasses the recently announced Amazon's Cloud Drive service. Yet it was built in less than a year by a team of less than ten people.

Founded by Scottish entrepreneur Dr Kevin Bradshaw, the man behind the mobile entertainment pioneer I-Play (formerly Digital Bridges) and Steve Wexelstein, one of the country's most experienced online engineers, the Zendit team includes highly experienced creators of original cloud applications. The company uses its own bespoke cloud-based technology to provide comprehensive, scalable support for the new generation of Internet apps, available through multiple devices, browsers, smartphones and online handsets.

Several new services built using the platform will launch in 2011. With Zendit already entering phase two of its development, Bradshaw expects to announce a series of new development deals in the months ahead.

He added: "The recent emergence of user awareness of the cloud has created a massive opportunity for new players with new mindsets to provide the engaging, powerful, flexible, scalable services that this emerging trend demands. With its unique technological platform, rapid development times and critical cost-effectiveness, Zendit is well positioned to play a major role in this growth."

To see a five minute long full product demo: http://www.slideshare.net/RevolverPR/quick-zenditdemohd


About Zendit
The first of a new breed of cloud media solutions, Zendit is a social storage service that offers users a new way to create, store and engage with digital content. Built using a platform designed to lend organisations the ability to produce cloud-based solutions faster, cheaper and more effectively than any of the available alternatives, the Zendit system also provides developers with the tools they need to create powerful and flexible services that utilise the latest technologies without breaking the bank.

The company uses its own bespoke cloud-based technology to provide comprehensive, scalable support for the new generation of Internet apps, available through multiple devices, browsers, smartphones and online handsets. Dedicated to helping its clients make the most of their digital presence and realise their goal, Zendit's highly experienced team strives to produce the highest level of strategy, creative thinking and implementation for the digital medium.

For further information
Beatrice Mocci: beatrice@revolver-pr.co.uk / 0845 130 8992

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