Hot Banana Gains 11 Clients for Web Content Management

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Hot Banana Software Inc., a Web content and software manager for marketing, said 11 institutions will use its software. The organizations range from educational and government, faith-based and nonprofit associations.

These organizations include: Johns Hopkins University, Hondros College, the Institute of Internal Auditors, the Group Workcamps Foundation, The Archdiocese of New York, The General Board of Global Ministries (United Methodist Church), Tulsa Health Department, Natural Resources Canada (Federal Government of Canada), Canadian Coalition of Good Governance, York Technology Association and AceTech - Academy for Technology CEOs.

Founded in 1999, Hot Banana, Ontario, Canada, works with corporate Web sites, intranets, extranets, micromarketing sites and landing pages for 200 companies worldwide in 16 languages.

Hot Banana's Web content management and Active Marketing software is designed to help companies enhance their online presence, manage their Web content, drive traffic to Web sites and deliver relevant content to visitors.

Hot Banana (www.hotbanana.com) also helps nonprofit organizations meet their growing constituency needs of attracting new visitors, delivering self-help content and receiving donations.

The software also helps with self-registration for events, community and member outreach, exclusive membership extranet login and executing targeted marketing communication campaigns.

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