The company is expected to debut two new sales-related application services: Nsite Channel Management and Nsite Quote Management.
As part of the release, Nsite has introduced software that allows users to customize Nsite's services or to create new ones from a library of existing services. The tools, called the Web Services Builder, provide a visual design tool aimed at business analysts rather than software programmers.
Nsite is using the Web Services Builder and AJAX tooling to build its own hosted applications.
The emergence of popular consumer applications, such as GoogleMaps, has driven interest in AJAX-style applications. But more business applications will use AJAX to increase interactivity in Web front-ends and tap into server-based data, said NSite CEO Bob Jandro.
"Richness and high customization has been the last barrier to cross (for hosted business applications), and AJAX has been a facilitator of that," Jandro said.
Salesforce.com, which also sells hosted sales applications, introduced support for AJAX in some of its Salesforce Service & Support applications, which were introduced last month.