Steve Becker from WorkXpress said:
"Caspio’s flavor of PaaS caters to web publishers and to producing public facing content that can be accessed without login credentials. It sounds like a great feature for this type of product to be able to allow search engines to index that content.
On the other hand, our flavor of PaaS produces "web applications" which require users to enter a login and password to access private content. Obviously, our customers don’t want a search engine to be able to crawl and publicize their private data records such as customers, invoices or inventory.
As always, we try to be responsive to our customer’s requests, and produce the features they are asking for. Our customers have not asked for this feature to date. As stated above though, Caspio does have a different customer base and fills a different niche than we do."
It’s difficult to make any conclusions how different WorkXpress customer base is and who their Ideal Customer really is.
We can take real estate agency as an example. Of course it has some database of this property and its logical to give an opportunity to view or search this database for potential clients on their site.
Could search engine availability of this information cause any damage for the company?
Maybe the problem is real WorkXpress customer base is not that large and there is no client that needs such a feature?