Tilburg, Netherlands, September 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- With Sitepie you can share ownership in an internet domain name. By sharing the ownership of a domain name, you and the other owners can develop a website without having the hassle of starting a real company. This prevents you from paying expensive legal fees and having to perform a lot of administrative tasks. Sitepie domains are very useful if you have a website idea and want to test if it makes any business sense.
Because Sitepie remains the holder of the domain name, it can enforce its governance system on its users. In this way the interests of each partner are protected and cooperation between the owners is coordinated. With Sitepie it’s not possible to cheat on each other or to exclude one of the owners. It’s like a contract between the owners to cooperate and give each other credit for their work in case the website is successful.
It would not be the first time founders who started a website get a conflict later on. With Sitepie.com your rights as a developer are protected. In this way Sitepie.com plans to increase innovation and help disenfranchised people to join the ranks of the entrepreneur.
Sitepies target audiences are all potential entrepreneurs around the world that want to start a website with one or more business partners. It’s even possible to start a partnership with people that live all over the world, because the service operates hundred percent online.
The site is out of private beta and now open for signup to anybody.