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​SiteTech boosts customer footprint with Kiwi hosting acquisition

​SiteTech boosts customer footprint with Kiwi hosting acquisition

Hosting provider enters cloud servers, dedicated servers and shared hosting markets through acquisition.

SiteTech Group has announced the acquisition of WebSlice Limited, a New Zealand hosting provider with products spanning cloud servers, dedicated servers and shared hosting markets.

Terms of the deal will see SiteTech add WebSlice alongside its flagship brand, SiteHost, in a move designed to expand the company’s product offering while reaching a wider audience of customers across the country.

With the purchase price confidential, the ownership change is expected to be completed on 23 March 2017.

“With the hosting industry growing and changing rapidly, it is important that we offer a wide range of services to customers across the board and have brands tailored to those customer specific needs,” SiteTech Group Managing Director, Nathan Russ, said.

“Acquiring WebSlice is an excellent way for us to take further steps towards that goal.”

Following the deal, Russ said WebSlice customers will continue to receive the same services they have over the past few years with the extra resources provided by the SiteTech designed to improved both performance and reliability across the product range.

Established in 2004, SiteTech is one of New Zealand’s largest hosting and cloud services providers.

Independently owned and operated SiteTech Group provides service for thousands of customers in New Zealand and around the world, from large enterprises to small to medium enterprises.


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