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Web Host A Small Orange Partners with Softaculous

Web hosting company A Small Orange, based in Durham, NC, recently announced its partnership with software auto-installer Softaculous. Through this partnership, A Small Orange will provide the Softaculous Apps Installer to its’ hosting customers.

A Small Orange recognized that their customers needed a better way to install and upgrade web applications such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, MediaWiki, etc. After considerable research, they realized that the Softaculous Auto Installer is the new industry standard in the web application deployment space. “Softaculous has the apps customers need and want and updates them on a regular basis,” noted Doug Hanna, CEO of A Small Orange. “Their software is easy to use and offers more choices than similar products,” Hanna added.

“We are happy that A Small Orange has chosen Softaculous. We are sure their users would like the availability of 260 Apps from the Web Hosting Control Panel,” said Pulkit Gupta, COO of Softaculous Ltd.

The Softaculous apps library contains 260 popular applications, including: WordPress, b2evolution, StatusNet, Drupal, Joomla, Concrete5, phpBB, MyBB, SMF, bbPress, Coppermine, Gallery, Mediawiki, DokuWiki, TikiWiki, Elgg, Dolphin, OpenX, SquirrelMail, LimeSurvey, Piwik, Mantis, SugarCRM, WHMCS, PrestaShop, Magento, CraftySyntax, osTicket, Moodle, Claroline, etc.

About A Small Orange:

A Small Orange is a leading provider of shared, reseller, VPS, and dedicated web hosting. Founded in Atlanta in 2003, A Small Orange’s mission is to provide service and not just servers. The company has nearly 40 employees around the world and servers in facilities throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. For more information, visit

About Softaculous :

Softaculous was founded in 2009 with the goal of helping users to deploy apps by the click of a button. Softaculous is already being offered by leading Data Center’s and Web hosting companies around the world. It is very easy to find, deploy, manage, backup applications using Softaculous. One can also deploy apps in the office using Softaculous Webuzo or Softaculous AMPPS. For more information, visit

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