The web hosting and cloud companies supplier HostPapa is continuous its latest acquisition spree with the announcement that it has acquired fellow Canadian internet host LFC Hosting for an undisclosed sum.
Loose Footing Computing Limited (LFC Hosting) was based again in 1996 however it wasn’t till two years later that the corporate start its hosting journey in Regina, Saskatchewan.
In the years since, the corporate has established knowledge facilities in Denver and Montreal whereas persevering with to supply low-cost hosting options. In truth, LFC Hosting has helped tens of 1000’s of customers create an internet presence worldwide by offering each Do-It-For-Me and Do-It-Yourself web sites, domains, shared hosting, VPS hosting and colocation.
CEO of LFC Hosting, Robert Sauchyn defined in a press release how being acquired by HostPapa will permit it to broaden its companies even additional, saying:
“LFC has all the time been dedicated to offering a rare service to our clients. We are happy to have discovered the correct companion to entrust with elevating that service to the subsequent stage by leveraging HostPapa’s distinctive capabilities and scale.”
LFC Hosting is now HostPapa
According to LFC Hosting’s director Andrew MacCorquodale, most of the firm’s crew members have already made the transition to HostPapa as a part of the deal. This will assist present continuity to lots of LFC Hosting’s clients who’ve remained loyal to the online host over its total historical past.
HostPapa founder and CEO Jamie Opalchuk thanked Robert and Andrew for his or her work whereas welcoming LFC Hosting’s present clients to their new house, saying:
“We’re completely happy to welcome LFC clients to the HostPapa household and need to guarantee them that we’ll go the additional mile to ensure their satisfaction with our companies. I’d additionally prefer to congratulate Robert and Andrew for constructing a unbelievable firm with loyal clients.”
Once the deal is full, LFC Hosting clients can anticipate to see a number of efficiency enhancements to their hosting packages as a part of HostPapa’s funding into the corporate’s infrastructure.