SupportSpace gets vote of confidence from world-class experts.
Netanya, Israel – March 19, 2007: SupportSpace, an online tech-support startup, announced today that it has unveiled its innovative online Support Management and Delivery Platform to industry experts in the U.S. Hundreds of Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) gathered in Seattle last week at a networking party hosted by SupportSpace, where they had the opportunity to learn about the groundbreaking technical support service, as well as join the SupportSpace network of world-class experts.
SupportSpace is building the first community based, online service for tech support. The company plans to provide a high quality, reliable and user-friendly web environment that will make it easy for customers to get real-time tech support from individual certified and rated experts.
SupportSpace’s entire executive team attended the event and Yair Grindlinger, Co-Founder and CEO of SupportSpace, delivered a presentation on the company’s unique consumer tech support service, due to be launched in a few months.
The party, held at the GameWorks entertainment venue in Seattle, gave MVPs the chance to connect with other leading tech professionals while enjoying interactive, state-of-the-art video games, dozens of attractions and prizes and an exciting racecar competition.
“We are thrilled to have presented the world’s first online platform for support, management and delivery to the industry’s top professionals, as the launch of SupportSpace’s service approaches. The positive response received by the hundreds of attending MVPs is a significant vote of confidence in SupportSpace, and we look forward to continuing to work closely with them to ensure their valuable feedback is acted upon. We welcome more experts to join SupportSpace’s fast growing community of world-class professionals’, commented Yair Grindlinger, CEO of SupportSpace.
We were delighted by the level of interest by the country’s leading tech experts, as well as their commitment to help make SupportSpace the next generation for online technical support. With so many brilliant minds providing us feedback, we are ensuring practicality and excellence for our upcoming services – for both consumers and the tech support network. It was also very encouraging to meet such interesting, talented and friendly people”, said Patrick Plawner, Director of Support Services at SupportSpace.
Tech professionals can register to join the SupportSpace experts’ community, as well as the Beta support program, by visiting www.supportspace.com/cafe
SupportSpace is a pioneering online consumer tech-support company providing users with high quality, easy to use, community based service. Founded in 2006, SupportSpace has developed a unique technology platform designed to address the problems associated with the rapid adoption of new technologies to the home. The SupportSpace model will ultimately offer the greatest choice of SupportSpace certified experts, which are individually rated by the users. All experts share one platform for support management and delivery, collaborating with a common knowledge base, shared diagnostic, self-healing and communication tools. SupportSpace marks the advent of a new era in tech support.
SupportSpace is currently headquartered Netanya, Israel and is backed by leading Venture Capital firms, Gemini Israel Funds and BRM Capital. www.supportspace.com