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REVLY.NET features a solid communication platform for communication and sharing

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One of New Orleans' most innovative companies, Maxwell Worthington LLC launched a new site and brand today at REVLY is a fast and easy system for business communication and sharing. REVLY's full-featured and cross platform software is a great solution for businesses which want to use their existing technology platform for premium email, messaging, collaboration, video conferencing, file sharing, and more.

For a software website, the new REVLY.NET is unique. The site features custom creatives which stand out. Testimonials from Several thrilled REVLY customers including several web hosting companies, the marine services company Center Lift, and Creole Pub Crawl lend credence to a REVLY slogan: "Wake Up to Freedom."

Carlos Mena, one of the founders of the REVLY said, "if you need a unified, easy to manage platform for managing your core, mission-critical business software REVLY is your answer.

The new site also features a detailed animated video set to an upbeat jingle. "What we are telling companies", said Mena, "is that we will REVLY your business...meaning we will make sure that we help you to maximize your existing technologies (computers, tablets, phones, servers, and more) by using our premium communication and sharing platform."

REVLY is available as a download for servers or as a cloud hosted product.

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