As part of the agreement, Bigstep.com has built a co-branded service which allows
Driveway members to use Bigstep.coms services to create
their own company web sites, communicate with customers, take credit card
orders, and market their sites. Driveway will receive payment for each
member who establishes a Bigstep.com account through driveway.com. Prior to the partnership, Driveway had more than 2.5 million members.
“Driveway.com creates a virtual network, allowing small business
professionals to store and organize their information in a universally
available location,” said Andrew Beebe, chief executive officer,
Bigstep.com members will have access to driveway.coms anytime, anywhere
online storage services providing customers a secure place on the Web to
hold company documents, including corporate logos, newsletters, press
releases and basic reports, as well as personal files.
“Our shared members will be able to use
Driveway to store all of their online files and images to be used in their
Bigstep.com web sites,” said Mike Zukerman, vice president, business development, Driveway.
Bigstep.com is a do-it-yourself, online service center. Its service guides users through site-building activities and offers the opportunity to make unlimited changes at any time. The service also allows small businesses to communicate with customers and create customized e-mail newsletters, market
the site, accept credit cards, track visitors, and more.