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San Clemente del Tuyu, Argentina, 2012/05/23 - Ipsilon Developments launch his new website, offering a more clear and easy to use navigation for his clients, and a new site monitoring service - Y-Developments.com.
Ipsilon Developments, a software development company with headquarters in Buenos Aires, announced the launching of their new company website which aims to market their site monitoring service.
The new site, y-developments.com, replaces the old site and features functionality and ease of use. Ipsilon Developments also offers website monitoring services at low cost including SMS and email alerts.
“Ipsilon Deveopments is proud to announce the launch of this new website. It is easier to use, with more information, reflecting years of experience in software development and offering only excellence to our customers,” announced David Rene Comba Lareu, CEO of Ipsilon Developments.
Along with the launch, Comba Lareu also highlighted the new service Ipsilon Developments is offering through the website.
“We are offering to new and existing customers a cost-effective and innovative product, an application that monitors your websites and alerts you via SMS or email, doesn't matter the location or the software built in the site.”
To learn more about the product and avail of the service, visit and sign up with the website y-developments.com. Signing up is free. The website was launched on May 22, 2012.
About Ipsilon Developments
Ipsilon Developments is a software development company based in Buenos Aires, Argentina with more than five years experience providing integral software development service for the web and mobile to several industries.
Ipsilon Developments builds any kind of applications in terms of complexity, interactivity and platforms and delivering cost-effective solutions.
Ipsilon Developments is committed to delivering the best service to their clients and applying that philosophy into this new era in business, creating innovative solutions, cost-effective and with life support.