Posts Tagged ‘reseller hosting’

LeaseWeb’s new Partner Program: greater incentives and benefits

Plus the full range of Cloud, Bare Metal and CDN services!

This week, we launched a new-look global partner network program to offer reseller and channel partners a more competitive, market-oriented and comprehensive package of products, services and support.

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Customer segmentation at LeaseWeb

We have been segmenting our customer base for quite a while now. Why? Well, with over 15,000 customers and a growth rate of 45% year over year, we wanted to create a system that helps us continuously learn about market demands and our customer’s business priorities. There are many reasons why this is important to us, but let me try to formulate a few of them:

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Customer Portal Receives a Makeover: Hosting and Reseller Hosting now even more convenient

The LeaseWeb Customer Portal is the place where customers can receive up-to-date information on their LeaseWeb products and reseller hosting. Our programming department has been hard at work adding improvements and additional functionality to make the Customer Portal even more convenient and useful for LeaseWeb resellers and customers. We have added specific features to give LeaseWeb resellers additional management controls to more effectively service their customers

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Innovation is key to our hosting services

As a serious and market leading hosting provider (top-5 in Europe, top-20 worldwide) LeaseWeb wants to keep the company as innovative as possible. Why? Because the hosting market, hosting client needs, and accordingly its hosting services are evolving quickly. By this we are taking care of the future hosting needs of our clients. Read the rest of this entry »

Big Hosting Provider

Is it important for a hosting provider to grow significantly? LeaseWeb is the largest business hosting provider in the Netherlands as well as ranked in the worldwide top 20, and it just so happens that we are growing very quickly which makes that question easier to answer in the affirmative. But believe us when we say that growth in and of itself is not an objective to us; it has a clear reason.

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