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sitereams tackles faulty websites with a new release of its website bug tracking application

London - 8 March 2002 - Web development startup, sitereams, continues to tackle the job of getting faulty websites fixed with the latest release of its website bug tracking application. The business, formed in 2000 by Chartered Accountant, Dean Norman, has now released version 1.5 of its online application called 'sitereams report'.

The application, initially released in June 2001, provides an instant bug reporting tool to users and testers on any page of a website. Reports feed directly into the online bug tracking system that has been designed from the ground up for website development.

To promote the latest release, sitereams is offering a one month no cost, no obligation trial to help businesses decide whether the application fits their business and processes.

Commenting on the application, founder Dean Norman said, 'It still amazes me that so many websites contain visual or functional faults that are not fixed over time. Very few sites offer a means of reporting a problem, and where they do, your email often goes to a general webmaster account that is rarely, if at all, checked.'

'Our bug tracking application makes sure that users can report a problem directly to the relevant member of the development team. This, in turn, ensures a better understanding of the reported problem and presents a better chance of it being fixed.'

The application can be linked to any online development or production website by inserting a hyperlink into the HTML code of each page. Users or testers can then provide instant feedback as problems are found and can also see if a problem has already been reported.

The application has two main target markets: those developing and testing new sites, and those running websites where user feedback is important in the ongoing maintenance of the sites.

For business and development managers, the application provides quick and simple statistics on the status of projects. Being web-based, it also supports modern development and testing outsourcing arrangements by removing the dependence on internal systems.

New features in the latest version include parameter passing from webpages and customisable reporting.

The application is subscription-based and the costs depend on the number of webpages linked to it. Prices start from £50 (ex. VAT) per month for a 40-page licence.

Further information and an online trial is available on the sitereams website at .


Contacts for information:

Dean Norman – 07970 871176

Notes to editors:

sitereams is a private UK business based in Ealing, West London. The business is owned and managed by Dean Norman.

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