HarvestRoad attacks Asia

HarvestRoad attacks Asia

Australian Web tool vendor HarvestRoad has announced it has extended the language support of its Web site creation toolkit to several Asian languages.

After releasing a Chinese language version of its Web site, Wizard, the company has added support for Thai, Indonesian and Malay languages to allow users to create and manage multiple-language versions of Web sites on the same server.

Grame Barty, HarvestRoad's managing director, said the addition of the new language support eliminates the cost of building a separate infrastructure needed to support each language implementation. "The Web site creation toolkit will also further strengthen our position in the emerging ASP and small-to-medium business market in the Asia-Pacific region," he said.

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