Leading e-commerce and CMS platform Web Cube teams with Rackspace to provide customers with a reliable and scalable hosting infrastructure.
November 19, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Leading e-commerce and CMS platform Web Cube announced that it has joined the partner program for Rackspace Hosting® (NYSE: RAX), the open cloud company. As a preferred hosting partner, Rackspace will offer cloud, managed and hybrid hosting solutions for Web Cube's leading retail customers.
"Rackspace has consistently offered top-notch, reliable hosting infrastructure, which empowers our clients to grow their business online," says Aaron Cuker, CEO of Web Cube. "We provide our clients with premium service, which is why we align efforts with the best in the business like hosting leader Rackspace."
Web Cube is a fully integrated digital platform for brands, providing all the e-commerce and CMS tools needed to sell and deliver brand content online through every digital touch point. Brands powered by Web Cube control their e-commerce, branded site, mobile, social media, and order fulfillment on one integrated platform, and also have the flexibility to customize the platform for their unique needs. Web Cube's advanced, powerful and scalable solution is the driving force behind leading brands such as Sony, Rip Curl, and Dunlop.
"Our managed and cloud hosting solutions backed by Fanatical Support® are the perfect resource to support Web Cube and their e-commerce customers," says Christopher Rajiah, vice president of worldwide channel sales at Rackspace. "We look forward to ongoing collaboration with Web Cube and to delivering greater value to customers in the e-commerce market."
About Web Cube:
Web Cube is the powerful and integrated e-commerce and CMS platform built for brands. The Web Cube platform combines e-commerce and CMS features into one comprehensive and highly scalable system to grow businesses online. With its easy to manage and customizable Web applications, Web Cube has empowered leading retail brands such as Sony, Callaway Golf, Rip Curl, Hitachi, and Dunlop. To learn more, please visit http://www.webcubecms.com.