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TORRANCE, Calif., May 28, 2003 - LiveOffice Corporation (, a leading provider of web-based products for businesses of all sizes, today launched a redesigned corporate web site that better reflects the company’s commitment to helping small businesses successfully achieve their online business goals. With an excellent and long-standing reputation for helping small businesses within the financial services market improve their online presence, today’s announcement signals LiveOffice’s expanded focus on providing value-added products and services to small businesses in all industries.

“Our goal is to provide small businesses with the tools they need to establish an online business presence that accurately reflects the same values and vision on which their company was originally founded,” said Matthew Smith, chief operating officer for LiveOffice Corp. “We understand that for many small business owners, their company encapsulates years of hard work and dedication. In the same regard, our web technologies are designed to complement a company’s existing branding and structure, while helping them to achieve their online business objectives and increase sales revenues.”

As evidence of LiveOffice’s expanded focus on small business, visitors to will discover a completely new look and layout with convenient online ordering options for many of the company’s popular products. To help businesses make educated decisions about their online business strategy, the new web site offers comprehensive information on LiveOffice’s vast offering of online products and services. Visitors to the new site will find information on:

  • Web Sites an extensive overview of LiveOffice’s web site design, building and hosting capabilities for businesses of all sizes and in all industries
  • AdvisorMail in-depth information on electronic email monitoring, archiving and retrieval technologies specifically designed to meet the regulatory requirements of the SEC, NASD and NYSE
  • E-Commerce a step-by-step look at how LiveOffice can help businesses add ecommerce to new or existing web sites
  • CoolTools useful information on increasing the profit potential of business web sites, including information on LiveOffice’s web site add-ons, which enable businesses to conduct online slide presentations, track web site traffic, securely exchange documents, instant message (IM), manage contacts and more, all in real-time
  • Traffic Builders effective techniques, including search engine submission, that enable businesses to increase traffic and turn their web sites into revenue generators
  • News Room up-to-date information on company news and announcements
  • About Us information on LiveOffice’s products and services, company history and career/internship information

Understanding the needs of today’s time-crunched small business owner, LiveOffice has added its propriety live chat button to each page of its web site. By clicking on the button and without picking up the phone or sending an email, site visitors are instantaneously welcomed into a realtime instant messaging (IM) session with a knowledgeable LiveOffice representative that can answer any questions they might have.

TORRANCE, Calif., May 6, 2003 - LiveOffice Corporation (, a leading provider of web-based products for businesses of all sizes, today announced the latest version of LiveSiteManager’ ( The newest release of this popular product features enhanced online presentation, desktop sharing and instant messaging capabilities and introduces LivePresence, an interactive instant messaging button that can be added to a variety of online promotions.

LivePresence enables entrepreneurs to transform their eBay or Yahoo! auction pages and email communications into high-performance, real-time selling machines. By simply clicking on the LivePresence button on the auction page or the email and without downloading any software or installing an IM program such as Yahoo!, AIM, ICQ or MSN, the visitor is welcomed into an instant messaging session with a company or auction representative.

The latest version of LiveSiteManager’ also provides functionality that was previously only available to companies with enterprise-sized IT budgets. Using LiveSiteManager’, businesses of any size can now incorporate features into their online business, such as web site traffic monitoring and statistics, desktop sharing and real-time online presentations, at prices that any business can afford.

LiveSiteManager’ enables users to share and show their desktop with customers for the purposes of product demos or to co-browse a company web or demo site in real-time. Eliminating frustrating phone calls between sales representatives and prospects, LiveSiteManager’ helps site visitors quickly find the information they are looking for and ensures repeat visits.

LiveSiteManager’s product features include:

  • LivePresence instant message with sales prospects via online ads, electronic auction pages and emails.
  • Advanced Visitor Monitoring and Statistics gather important information about web site visitors that can be used to convert site visitors into profitable sales opportunities.
  • Web Presentation enables sales and marketing professionals to deliver online presentations to prospects using the applications and files already saved on their PC.
  • Desktop Sharing/Co-Browsing with LiveSiteManager Premium allows sales and marketing personnel to share their desktop with online prospects and co-browse relevant web sites together, eliminating the “lost Internet surfer” phenomenon.

“In today’s crowded online marketplace, businesses have to find a way to separate themselves,” said Andy Estep, vice president of business development for LiveOffice Corp. “Until now, online marketing allowed business to get their message in front of their customers. The latest version of LiveSiteManager puts businesses in touch with their customers, allowing them to combine a sales pitch with a marketing message in a way never before possible.”