(PRWEB) October 16, 2012
In a struggling economy, adjusting to the clients’ economic needs help you grow, as ProlimeHost – a premier web hosting company – discovered. At a time when most of the web hosting market was chasing high-value transaction clients, the web hosting company had taken two simple measures. On one hand, they had slashed their monthly subscription prices to make them cheaper and more affordable for all of their clients rather than focusing only high-value transactions. And on the other hand, they had invested in massive infrastructure upgrade exercises, including hardware and software upgrades. The impact of these two strategic moves is now yielding the fruits, going by the company reports.
Tom Beck, the CTO of ProlimeHost, was yet again seen organizing a press meet. “We had recently audited the impact of our Cpanel dedicated server for our Linux clients and the results were great, said Beck. “We have now completed our quarterly audit for the July-September quarter. We had already noticed a significant volume of increase in our new client base, because it was obvious even without auditing. But now that we have audited, we now know the exact increase in our client base in the past quarter. And it has been a staggering 50% of our earlier client-base, which is nothing short of phenomenal in my opinion.”
Beck further mentioned that the web hosting company has been aggressive in terms of adding value and volume. To add value, the company has undergone a major paradigm shift both in terms of hardware and software infrastructure. This includes moving to Cpanel for their Linux server vertical, Plesk for their Windows server family, upgrading hardware infrastructure in their Dallas and Phoenix data centers and opening a new third data center in South Bend, Indiana. To increase volume, the company has slashed their monthly subscription plan charges to become one of the most affordable ones in the market.
“It is great that our existing and new clients have accepted our moves and decided to stay with us”, said Beck. As per the company reports, the new client base comprises of both single-subscription small clients and multi-subscription corporate clients. The corporate client base has made a significant impact to the bottom line earning figures of the company.
In an economy that is struggling all over the globe, a growth of 50% is surely outstanding, if not exceptional. The industry vibe about ProlimeHost has been remarkably positive of late. But at the same time, some of the analysts are not yet willing to declare victory for the web hosts. “Let them first sustain their client base and survive the test of time”, said a market analyst in a somewhat acidic statement, on condition of anonymity. However, the general positive vibe remains about the company. Most industry experts feel that the dedicated server business of the web hosting company, inexpensive and affordable after their price slash, has helped them moved up to the next level of business.