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Langoor sets up R&D center in Bangalore, plans to invest $225,000 for India operations

Australia-based web products and services company Langoor has setup an R&D center in Bangalore and the company will be investing $225,000 in India to ramp up the workforce at the Bangalore center to 20 employees by end of 2011 and launch Langoor.net in India as a self-service platform for creating websites. The website will also provide domains, e-mail, hosting and websites services for SMEs and startups.

Australia-based web products and services company Langoor has setup an R&D center in Bangalore and the company will be investing $225,000 in India to ramp up the workforce at the Bangalore center to 20 employees by end of 2011 and launch Langoor.net in India as a self-service platform for creating websites. The website will also provide domains, e-mail, hosting and websites services for SMEs and startups.

Langoor is also providing an opportunity for developers to integrate plug-ins and themes into Langoor.net and receive a share on revenue based on downloads and usage. Commenting on this, Ruchir Punjabi, founder, Langoor, said, “India is a very attractive market, where the potential of web services and products is just exploding. We would be uniquely positioned to organize the market and set benchmarks for website creation and management with our product Langoor.net. We are also looking forward to opening the platform to developers and designers to facilitate a web app-store via Langoor.net.”

The company is also working on building Langoor.mobi, a website creation and management platform for mobile platforms and Langoor.it, which would look at the technical end of the website business and is planning to support the infrastructure needs of website designers and developers in India.

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