INetU Managed Hosting Receives a 95% Client Satisfaction Rate

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95% of INetU's clients are satisfied or extremely satisfied with the depth of service, superior support staff, and the personalized level of service that the company provides.

INetU Managed Hosting (http://www.inetu.net) has recently concluded its fourth annual client satisfaction survey. Gathered over four years, the resulting data found that 95% of INetU's clients are satisfied or extremely satisfied with the depth of service, superior support staff, and the personalized level of service that the company provides. The company ranked especially well amongst their enterprise-level clients, as well as clients of all sizes in web-technology industries like SaaS, e-Commerce, and web design.

To what does INetU attribute this success? "We rely on customer feedback more so than traditional providers," remarks Dev Chanchani, President of INetU, "When our clients tell us we are doing a good job, we figure out exactly what we did right for those clients. And if a client has a suggestion about how we can improve, we take that feedback seriously."

INetU's Annual Client Satisfaction surveys ask customers to rate their satisfaction with services, Technical Support, Billing, their Solutions Consultant, and overall satisfaction with the business. Clients can voice suggestions about future service offerings and leave feedback on how INetU can better meet their changing managed hosting needs.

About INetU Managed Hosting
INetU (pronounced I Net You) is a Managed Hosting Provider located in Allentown, PA, USA (http://www.inetu.net). Dedicated to building long-term relationships with its clients, INetU supports many popular Web applications and provides high availability hosting for Enterprise Web sites in the Online Retail, Healthcare, Financial Services, SaaS, Web Development, Education, Government, Consulting, Non-Profit. INetU has scored above 95% customer satisfaction over the last four consecutive years of testing.

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