Years back in 1989, when Tim Berners-Lee, an English Computer Scientist, invented the World Wide Web (WWW), he would have had less idea that his invention will become the backbone of the great Information Age. The Web, another name for WWW, introduced a transitional phase, which at first left businesses in doldrums but later it created an excitement as well.
Not all businesses could primarily reap benefits of this unprecedented change in technology. In its early stages, Web development was limited to bigger enterprises. And, small and medium size businesses had to wait for long in order to harness gains of the Web.