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LAS VEGAS, March 25, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Xumanii (DBA Imerjn) (OTCQB:XUII), announced that it has launched new personalization features in its cloud service that differentiate it from its competitors.
The customization features allow individuals to personalize their cloud (including their file sharing page) in a way that reflects their own personality. Similarly, businesses can customize their file sharing page in a way that represents their brand by including their logo, changing the background to an image consistent with their brand along with numerous other customizations. People can go to the Imerjn homepage (Imerjn.com) and click on "Cloud for individuals" or "cloud for business" to see examples of what is possible.
Imerjn CEO, Adam Radly, said, "The objective is to get away from the boring blue and white, standardized background that we see from Dropbox and Box.com. These new features are critical for businesses that care about their brand and how people interact with their brand. We believe we are the first cloud service to offer this level of customization." Mr. Radly also said, "I'm sure Dropbox and Box.com and others will eventually copy us. We definitely want to stay ahead of the industry and we're working on other improvements that move the cloud beyond the current boring solution provided by the usual suspects."
Imerjn also recently announced the acquisition of Amonshare.com, a 5 year old cloud service that has approximately 30,000 registered users, receives approximately 1,200,000 impressions per month, has an Alexa Rank of approximately 35,000 and operates in 14 languages.
Imerjn CEO, Adam Radly, said, "The Imerjn cloud service is one of our more important services and we very happy about expanding our user base by 30,000 after acquiring Amonshare."
Cloud storage is popular but not yet ubiquitous - roughly 55 percent of "connected Americans" have never used a cloud-storage service (according to research conducted by Strategy Analytics). "On the one hand, everyone knows what cloud storage is and they know that they need it, but, on the other hand, approximately half of the country has never used it. This means that there is a definite opportunity and our timing is good," said Mr. Radly.