HostPapa Named to 27th Annual PROFIT 500 Ranking of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies
Burlington-based web hosting company ranked once again to 2015 Canadian Business and PROFIT Magazine and online at PROFITguide.com.
Oakville, October 21, 2015 (Newswire.com) - HostPapa is pleased to announce that they have been named to the prestigious 27th annual PROFIT 500 ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies for 2015. Published in the September issue of Canadian Business, PROFIT and online at PROFITguide.com, this year’s PROFIT 500 ranks Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies by five-year revenue growth, not profitability, and profiles the country’s most successful growth companies.
James Cowan, Editor-in-chief of PROFIT and Canadian Business says “The PROFIT 500 represent the highest tier of entrepreneurialism in Canada.They should be lauded for the positive economic contributions they’ve made to their communities—and the entire country. They are examples of what can be accomplished with innovation, discipline and determination."
HostPapa’s continuous efforts towards achieving customer happiness are clearly visible through various new ideas and concepts. Most recently the host has decided to include the exclusive free 30-minute one-on-one support session with an expert to address any concerns or technical challenges their customers might face. In fact, HostPapa is the only company in this space to offer this type of service.
"We are excited to make the PROFIT 500 list of Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies for the third consecutive year. Our customers are essential to this success and the dedication of our staff to customer satisfaction was the key to these positive results. We’re excited to be regularly launching new services that enable us to triumph as one of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies," says Jamie Opalchuk, Founder and CEO of HostPapa.
HostPapa was also recently awarded a 2015 Uptime Award from Sitegeek.com for their outstanding annual uptime - which also happens to be one of HostPapa’s service guarantees. HostPapa’s innovation and achievements have helped them to improve overall customer experience and satisfaction and they look forward to reaching new heights and continually progressing as a global leader in web hosting.
About HostPapa Web Hosting
HostPapa is a privately-owned web hosting company, helping small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) leverage new internet and cloud based technologies since 2006 from their office in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. HostPapa has been offering hosting and other business solutions for almost a decade and has become a trusted vendor, hosting over 500,000 websites. HostPapa was also the first Canadian web hosting company to make a public commitment to going green, with all HostPapa operations powered by 100% green renewable energy.
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