Netrouting Merges xenEurope Business Operations

Netrouting welcomes xenEurope Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting customers as the the company announces that it has merged business operations into one single unit.

Miami, FL, January 09, 2014 --( Netrouting, a provider of web hosting and Internet service solutions, announced today the merger of two separate business divisions — Netrouting and xenEurope. Since acquiring xenEuope in 2008, it has quickly grown to become a leader in European Virtual Private Server (VPS) hosting with expanded locations in the United States. This merger effectively integrates the business functions of both divisions under the Netrouting brand to capitalize on the natural synergies between each operation.

All business departments formerly under xenEurope including sales, billing customer service, and technical support will now come under the supervision of Netrouting. According to Netrouting, xenEurope staff and personnel have been transferred to to the Netrouting team and will work together as one division going forward.

Savvas Bout, CEO of Netrouting said, “We are excited to combine these two companies to better service our clients. This new organizational structure is necessary to streamline our business processes and continue the same level of customer service they have grown to expect.” Bout continues, “We wish to extend a warm welcome to the xenEurope family in joining with Netrouting and they can always count on us to deliver the same quality hosting experience they know and trust.”

Netrouting is confident the Virtual Private Server market will continue to be strong as it provides significant value for the client. The Virtual Private Server platform is well known as a mature technology and is recognized by the industry as a secure, scalable, and reliable option capable of hosting today's demanding Internet applications. Hosting customers are able to realize the same power and benefits of a dedicated server at a fraction of the cost. And unlike traditional dedicated server hosting, end users have full control over such tasks such as operating system re-installation and rebooting with out intervention from onsite technical support.

Netrouting reports that the integration has been successfully completed without interruption or downtime.
Ray Womack