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Georgia Based Website Company AtHomeNet Extends Services to Clients Worldwide

Industry Leaders in Community & Association Management Websites make an impact for communities at home and abroad.

November 3, 2008

Suwanee, GA - Community & Association Management website provider AtHomeNet ( has spent the year celebrating a ten year anniversary and expanding their client base into 47 of the states in the U.S.A. In addition, the company has recently bolstered its marketing efforts to successfully reach a broader base of communities and association management firms worldwide.

Touting their services' technology and general ease of use, AtHomeNet now claims an International base of clients that extends beyond the US borders to include 6 additional countries; Australia, India, Bermuda, Canada, Mexico, and the Bahamas.

"No matter what part of the world you're in, the need to keep your neighbors safe and informed, the need to be connected with the families and residents you care about, and the idea that communication is a necessity in a changing environment is both a local and global concept. It really speaks to the sentiment no matter what continent we may live on, we are all connected in many of the same ways, and it is moving to us as a company that we can help facilitate that," stated AtHomeNet co-owner and Director of Marketing Susan Sanders.

Over the past decade, AtHomeNet's Director of Technology, Jeff Sanders, has watched his company grow from having just a few local clients in the Atlanta, GA area to signing up communities from the outback of Australia to the northern hills of Canada.

"When we sat down 10 years ago and started designing community websites out of our basement, it was hard to imagine that people in so many parts of the world would be affected by what we were developing. The concept that Board Meetings and events calendars, resident message forums and safety watches have a real impact and value in people's lives all around the world is both humbling and inspiring as we try to provide a service that unites and synergizes communities," added Director of Technology Jeff Sanders.