We want to support other companies that are affected by the coronacrisis by offering Semonto for free for 4 months. Together we are stronger.Jelle De Laender - 24 March 2020
We don’t need to tell you that these are stressful times for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Many of them had to close their physical store until further notice. Others are working around the clock to create a webshop. Others are trying to service their customers online as much as possible. Websites and webshops have become the number one source of income for a lot of people, so making sure that your site is up and running is more important than ever. And since that is our area of expertise, we decided to help.
At Coding Mammoth, we could not sit back and watch. We wanted to help. So we had an emergency team meeting and decided to make a bold move. We are making the Lite version of our website and server monitoring tool Semonto free for all entrepreneurs and businesses until the end of the Corona crisis. No catch, no promotional stunt. Just four months of no-strings-attached free access for you, so that you have one less thing to worry about. Our Lite Plan contains all the basic monitoring features to successfully monitor your website, web shop or server. And after the four months, you are not obliged to purchase anything. (Unless you want to, of course)
For those of you who are new here: Semonto is an easy online tool that keeps an eye on your website or server 24/7. Whenever there is a problem, you immediately receive a message in your inbox or on your smartphone containing a description of the problem. That way, you can fix it before anyone else notices and, more importantly, before you lose any customers. This way, you can focus on running your business.
To get your 4-month free Semonto account, just send us an email containing the URL that you would like to monitor. We take care of the rest. And if you need any help or if you have any questions, just send us an e-mail or use our chatbox. We are here for you. Together we can beat this crisis!