My spin: LiveOffice has stiff competition from hundreds of firms that offer competing services. However I was impressed with the variety and scope of LiveOffice’s offerings such as traffic builders, web sites, e-commerce, email newsletters, remote access tools and etc.
The only thing is that offering such a diverse product line might be a problem for LiveOffice. Should a business buy remote office software from a company who does that as their core competency such as Symantec (PC Anywhere) or Gotomypc.com; should you use Constantcontact’s email newsletter service (their core competency) or something from LiveOffice?
News Clip: TORRANCE, Calif., May 28 /PRNewswire/ — LiveOffice Corporation (www.liveoffice.com), a leading provider of web-based products for businesses of all sizes, today launched a redesigned corporate web site that better reflects the company’s commitment to helping small businesses successfully achieve their online business goals. With an excellent and long-standing reputation for helping small businesses within the financial services market improve their online presence, today’s announcement signals LiveOffice’s expanded focus on providing value-added products and services to small businesses in all industries.
“Our goal is to provide small businesses with the tools they need to establish an online business presence that accurately reflects the same values and vision on which their company was originally founded,” said Matthew Smith, chief operating officer for LiveOffice Corp. “We understand that for many small business owners, their company encapsulates years of hard work and dedication. In the same regard, our web technologies are designed to complement a company’s existing branding and structure, while helping them to achieve their online business objectives and increase sales revenues.”
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