Nextron, Inc. announced the availability of Nextron Phase 4, the newest version of its Web content management platform for creating, editing and managing large numbers of small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) Web sites. The company also announced the availability of Nextron Applications, a family of e-business applications powered by Nextron Phase 4 that deliver low-cost e-commerce, e-marketing, and mobile business solutions for SMEs worldwide. Nextron Phase 4 and Nextron Applications are tightly integrated and packaged with high-touch professional services from Nextron to deliver a complete e-business solution to the SME marketplace. Nextron sells its products and services to global partners — including carriers, directory publishers (Internet, wireless and print), Internet and Application Service Providers, franchises and multinational corporations — that serve the SME market. Nextron’s global partners integrate the Phase 4 platform into their Internet infrastructure to deliver low-cost, easy-to-use Internet and wireless solutions to their SME customers. Nextron Phase 4 (formerly “ICAS”) is a software platform optimized for addressing the enormous size and demographic complexity of the SME global market. Nextron Phase 4 runs on Solaris servers and Oracle databases, supports multiple languages and currencies, and delivers design, administration and management functionality. Today Nextron also announced that it acquired ImpulseSale.com, a leader in location-based mobile applications, which will allow Nextron to develop and deliver mobile commerce applications for the SME market. Nextron plans to announce the availability of its first mobile application, code-named “Neo,” later this fall. www.nextron.com

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