April 17, 2005 - (HOSTSEARCH.COM) - LogicBoxes, a software and consultancy company, today announced the launch of its Perl API kit for OrderBox. The new software is a complete Automation Platform for ICANN accredited registrars and Web Hosting companies. This new Perl API kit allows LogicBoxes Clients and their Resellers to register domain names, add domain forwarding, mail forwarding and manage DNS in real time, by remotely hosted applications on their own servers.
"LogicBoxes has been offering API Kits in 3 different platforms - .NET, Java and PHP. The introduction of the Perl API kit completes our offering, allowing our clients and their resellers to now integrate with our systems in the platform of their choice, and making us the only solutions provider offering API kits in all the 4 platforms" says Bhavin Turakhia, CEO, LogicBoxes.
The Perl API kit consists of a well organized set of libraries and complete example forms requiring no complex developer knowledge about interface implementations. Users can simply download the kit, learn from and modify the examples and integrate the API into their current systems.
Apart from being one the most widely used platforms in web application development, Perl is known for its practicality and ease of use. The LogicBoxes Perl API kit will now allow registrars and their resellers to customize their user experience with virtually ZERO time and investment efforts.
LogicBoxes solutions currently power over 30 ICANN accredited registrars, several ccTLD Registrars and thousands of Web Hosts worldwide.
The LogicBoxes platform provides complete business process automation for a Web Service Provider. Our multi-platform API Kits allow our clients and their users to integrate our solutions into their legacy applications and proprietary systems so that their software investments co-exist with our robust platform, says Bhavin.
LogicBoxes boasts of a team of over 35 software developers working on the OrderBox platform. The result is a slew of cutting edge solutions that reduce the development duplication efforts for web service companies worldwide.