Application Service Provider


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Application Service Provider

A company that sells a computer application to a customer and delivers it over a network. The ASP owns both the application and the servers on which it is written.
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At this point, however, the use of application hosting and application service providers has been primarily limited to business customers.
It's not surprising that the industry hasn't jumped on the application service provider bandwagon, said Pieroni.
The application service provider (ASP) iProvide has launched a new service targeted at end-user corporations.
Agilera, a leading full-service pure-play application service provider (ASP), will assist in implementation and host the Oracle E-Business Suite for SmartMail including Oracle Financials, Order.
The German companies TDS Informationstechnologie AG and Star 21 Networks AG have established a new application service provider (ASP) company called sorentiQ.
Progress Software Corp, the Bedford, Massachusetts-based provider of application development tools said yesterday it has signed an agreement with UK-based application service provider, ESOFT, to enable its European ISV partners to demonstrate their applications within the ASP model.
The most promising approach to outsourcing using the Internet is called the "Application Service Provider" (ASP) model.
Since then, the double opt-in is an industry practice which is regulated by WASPA (Wireless Application Service Provider Association) and is also monitored and controlled by the network operators.
The browser-based product can be run as an Intranet within a firewall and corporate network, or over the Internet via an Application Service Provider (ASP) model.
(Nasdaq:CRIO), an enterprise application service provider, has announced Corio's comprehensive security model for enterprise applications.
It's more cost effective to use a third-party application service provider that can customize its offering to meet the company's specific needs.
Which, as proponents of the Application Service Provider (ASP) model of computing are quick to point out, can be done anywhere.
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