Meridian launches new website for Mzero software

ABERDEEN — Meridian announced today the release of a new website dedicated solely to its Mzero Software at www.MzeroSoftware.com. The new site will showcase Meridian’s self-service software offerings in greater depth as well as serve software development partners throughout the self-service industry, according to the company.

“Following the most recent release of our MzeroCreate SDK, we wanted a strong web presence in order to build a community of self-service software developers,” says Paul Burden, Meridian’s Senior Vice President of Software. “These are the very people who will understand the excellent value proposition inherent in our software.”

Screen Shot 2015-03-31 at 10.21.18 PMMeridian was founded in 1999 by CEO Chris Gilder. The Mzero Software division was launched in 2010. “Meridian set out to be a total provider of self-service solutions,” says Gilder. “You cannot provide total solutions without leveraging great partnerships; that’s why having a site dedicated to growing our software partnership eco-system became a priority for us.”

“With the launch of MzeroSoftware.com, we now have a forum dedicated to showcasing our software and its capabilities,” says Meridian SVP of Sales & Marketing Buck Warren. “Ultimately, we want this site to be a place where our software partner projects are on display so that folks can see what kind of innovation is possible with collaboration.”

Among the site’s many features are listings of Mzero partners and clients, a portal to apply to become a certified Mzero Developer, and a full resources section, including case studies, videos, news and a blog. “We’ve worked hard to make sure the new site communicates the openness of the Mzero Software community,” says Gilder. “We firmly believe that when great minds can come together, greater solutions are the result; this site is just another place where we can deliver that message and that is exciting.”

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