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Layered Tech Announces Free Hosting for Payment and Healthcare Startups

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Layered Tech, a leading global provider of secure and compliant hosting services, has launched an initiative to provide free cloud hosting with compliance management for emerging businesses in the payments processing and healthcare industries.

Partnering with startup incubators and accelerators, the Layered Tech Startup Program creates a launching pad for the next class of payment and health innovators. By reducing the barriers to entry, the program allows further development of cutting-edge ideas that benefit their respective industries.

Layered Tech customer Alan Craig, executive vice president of payment processor YB MoneySpot, said, "Being a startup company, it was not possible to foresee all the changes and requirements that would be needed to launch. Layered Tech's willingness to work with us and make adjustments has helped us launch our product and get to market sooner."

With a three-year commitment through the Layered Tech Startup Program, qualified businesses receive the first six months of cloud hosting and compliance management free and the subsequent six months at a 50-percent discount.

Layered Tech is uniquely positioned to assist startups in the payments processing and healthcare sectors due to its experience delivering industry-leading PCI- and HIPAA-compliant hosting for companies around the world. In fact, it offers the hosting industry's only 100-percent compliance guarantee, ensuring their customers will pass 100 percent of any industry IT audit or assessment.

By partnering with Layered Tech, startups benefit from access to multiple PCI- and HIPAA-compliant data centers across the United States coupled with the company's expertise in cloud hosting. Leveraging the power of the cloud, startups enjoy a highly-secure infrastructure in a scalable platform that is flexible enough to grow with their businesses.

"Technology and hosting needs change as a company grows," said Layered Tech Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Nate Brancato. "We're able to match them with services that meet their needs today, tomorrow and for the life of their business. The Startup Program simultaneously eliminates an expense roadblock to help make their dreams more attainable."

Layered Tech is currently accepting applications from companies interested in participating in the Startup Program. To learn more, startup and incubator personnel should call 855-623-8329 and speak to a Layered Tech business consultant.

About Layered Tech

Layered Technologies (Layered Tech), a leading global provider of compliant and secure cloud and hosting services offers PCI-, HIPAA- and FISMA-compliant hosting solutions, managed dedicated hosting and cloud computing services, including Compliance Guaranteed, which ensures that all Layered Tech compliance services are guaranteed to pass 100 percent of every IT audit or assessment. By providing high-quality technology, infrastructure and support, Layered Tech enables clients to eliminate capital expenses and save on operating costs so they can focus on core initiatives. Layered Tech's scalable infrastructure powers millions of sites and Internet-enabled applications, including e-commerce and SaaS solutions. Clients include federal, state and local government agencies; large enterprises with advanced data security, compliance and uptime requirements; and leading-edge Web 2.0 startups. For more information, visit http://www.layeredtech.com.

Contact: Nate Brancato
Tel: 816-222-1206
Fax: 816-222-1280
Email: [email protected]

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