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AtHomeNet Launches 'Widget Wizard' at National Tradeshow

AtHomeNet, Inc. announced new functionality for their online services at the 2011 Community Association Institute's National Conference and Exposition

May 10, 2011

Suwanee, GA - AtHomeNet, Inc., has returned from a successful trip to the Community Association Institute's National Conference and Exposition in Boca Raton, Florida. Several members of the AtHomeNet team traveled to network and interact with members of the Community Association Institute and introduce the newest technology available to their clients and prospects.

"We are constantly inspired to utilize new technologies for our websites," remarked Director of Technology, Jeff Sanders. "At the 2010 conference, we introduced AtHomeNet GoMobile (, allowing our clients to access their websites from their mobile phones-and this year, we brought the Widget Wizard, an exciting new concept that allows website administrators to personalize and customize their websites."

The Widget Wizard, new functionality for AtHomeNet websites, allows the website administrator to utilize feeds from multiple features and combine them on a variety of pages, ensuring that their residents have updated information upon logging in to the website. Widgets are a universal way of displaying website information in a brief, easy to read format. Administrators can customize their websites with drag and drop functionality, allowing them to easily place widgets wherever they want.

Tradeshow attendees were given demonstrations of AtHomeNet's newest offering on laptops in the booth as well as tablets. This new feature offers clients the opportunity to manipulate various pages of their websites to combine Announcements, Events Calendars, User Profiles, and more. "We continuously research and seek feedback from our clients and prospects to shape our offerings-the Widget Wizard is a result of that research and feedback," said Sanders.

The event was documented with photos posted on their Facebook Page ( and status updates via Twitter to share the experience with clients who may not have been able to attend the conference.