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Posted on: 2004/7/16 10:33
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OSBHost Business Hosting

We are pleased to announce the launch of OSBHost.com
Open Source Small Business Web Site Hosting Plans, allow you to establish your business web site and gain access to hundreds of free open source business applications. From e-commerce stores to content managements systems like Xoops, if your business needs it, it's probably already available as an open source system. We also offer web site design, custom programming services and application lease hosting services.
All accounts come with cPanel and Fantastico. With these tools you can have a commercial web site up and running in no time!
Try Before You Buy
As part of the OSBHost.com commitment to customer service. We are developing an open source systems demonstration website. It will allow you to try out many of the Open Source systems we support, before you commit to hosting. We hope to have the site ready for launch in early August 2004.
If you are a developer of XOOPS software and would like to partner with us in showcasing just what your software can do, please contact us at info@osbhost.com We are committed to providing a venue on the web for the very best of open source to be showcased.
Ian Parkinson
www.osbhost.com & www.osbsystems.com

scottbaio12

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Posted on: 2011/4/4 12:57
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Re: OSBHost Business Hosting

Thanks for making such a great information but can you please tell me that what business application hosting services you are going to offer and what charges you applied for each. I think in all the aspects my business application hosting provider is pretty good in this niches and offer me such a quality services that i would really want to have.

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Posted on: 2013/7/22 18:06
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Re: OSBHost Business Hosting

We are currently using InsynQ's QuickBooks Hosting services as our provider. Can OSBHost match what they have to offer as far as pricing/services? Or is this something completely different..?

Thanks for any info! And if anyone else has suggestions please let me know. Thank you all!