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WebSitePulse Remote Monitoring Location in NZ

WebSitePulse is First to Add Remote Monitoring Location in New Zealand

Orlando, FL - (January 31, 2005) - WebSitePulse, a leading provider of global, independent and remote monitoring of web-based systems and e-business transactions, has become the first US company to set up a monitoring location in New Zealand.

The company added the new location because its customers inside and outside of New Zealand wanted a monitoring station there. Combined local and out-of-area monitoring gives users a more precise picture of their websites’ availability and can provide location-specific information about their web systems’ overall performance as measured against established service levels. The New Zealand station is part of the company’s strategy to provide local monitoring in regions experiencing e-business and trade growth.

“We had a 761% increase in our New Zealand customer base in 2004, and they requested that we set up a station in their country,” says WebSitePulse CEO Iavor Marinov. “We feel that New Zealand is a growing economic force and we want to help New Zealand’s e-businesses tap into international markets as efficiently and reliably as possible,” he adds.

Nielsen Media Research agrees with that assessment. A major Nielsen study released in December 2004 concluded that New Zealand is an “increasingly successful and confident nation eager to build its connections with the rest of world.” According to latest available U.S. government figures, New Zealand is on the list of the top 50 U.S. Foreign Trade partners.

To deliver monitoring in New Zealand, WebSitePulse has partnered with DigitalNetwork, Ltd., of Auckland. Marinov says DigitalNetwork was selected because “they met our high standards.”

To keep ahead of the ever-expanding global nature of e-commerce and the growing number of non-U.S.-based e-businesses, WebSitePulse plans to expand its worldwide monitoring network from 12 to 30 or more locations by the end of the year as needed.

About WebSitePulse:

WebSitePulse is a leading provider of advanced, independent and remote monitoring of web-based systems and e-business transactions.

The global, independent service offers immediate error detection, and real-time, multimedia alerts, as well as available detailed, customer-controlled, purpose-specific reports with drill-down capabilities and snapshot options.

WebSitePulse provides continuous, reliable and cost-effective monitoring that enables its clients to increase the efficiency of their mission-critical e-business operations, and to reduce their risk of failed Internet transactions and loss of revenue.

WebSitePulse is a service of Image Project, Inc. - a privately owned corporation for e-business solutions based in Orlando, Florida, USA.

For more information, please visit www.WebSitePulse.com


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