News - InstaPage® Mobile 2.0 to Debut at 2013 CAI National Conference
The Lazarus Group Internet Services, LLC has just announced that it will debut
the new version of the InstaPage Mobile platform, InstaPage Mobile 2.0, at
the 2013 CAI National Conference to be held in San Diego April 17-20.The new release, to be launched live on the InstaPage Standard network during the conference, significantly expands the feature set available to mobile users. InstaPage is one of the few HOA website products in the market that includes a free mobile specific version of its HOA product for the grow nopadding smart phone user group. The new mobile version will also be included with the upcoming 6.0 release of InstaPage Gold.
InstaPage will be exhibiting at the conference from booth #619, and will be running a $100 promotion for management company principals that schedule a 30 minute online presentation on the company's InstaPage Management Partners Program.
According to company representatives, the 2.0 version of InstaPage Mobile will provide users with the additional new features on smartphones, in the addition to the basic launch set included in 1.0 of community news and customer service form:
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- New improved format for current smart phones;
- New attractive mobile friendly header;
- New access to the Document Library;
- Expanded customer service form integrated with the Village Management System (VMS) software portal;
- Viewable contact info with clickable phone and email links;
- New user profile view and edit feature;
- Ability to click through to view the full InstaPage website.
"With the smart phone market expanding by leaps and bounds, we're committed to making the content of our InstaPage commmunity websites more accessible to cell phone users." stated CEO Michael Vandor. "Tablets will continue to receive the full version of our product, adjusted for optimal viewing in that environment." he added.