HostPapa acquires US-based hosting firm Cloud 9 Hosting

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Globally renowned web hosting and cloud service provider, HostPapa has announced the acquisition of US-based web hosting firm Cloud 9 Hosting.

Cloud 9 Hosting’s CEO, Matt Dubois stated that his team is thrilled to become part of the HostPapa, one of the globally recognized web hosting and cloud solutions provider. The acquisition will unleash the expertise of both the companies and will be capable of offering the solutions according to the needs of their clients.

For our readers who may not know about Cloud 9 Hosting: Cloud 9 Hosting since its establishment in 2007 as a web hosting company, helped several small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) by bringing critical accounting and tax applications into the cloud. Thereby helping several businesses increase productivity and collaborate with ease. Cloud 9 Hosting has specialization in hosting accounting and tax applications. Some of their offerings include QuickBooks, Sage, Drake Tax and LaCerte Tax.

Meanwhile, HostPapa’s CEO and Co-Founder, Jamie Opalchuk said Cloud 9 Hosting is a reliable application hosting partner assisting small businesses in migrating their accounting and tax applications into the cloud. Thereby allowing HostPapa to expand its support for the application in a broader client base.

Mr Jamie further said that their aim is to offer a comprehensive suite of solutions at cost-efficient pricing and their acquisition with Cloud 9 Hosting will help them continue pursuing the goals.

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