Hostirian Purchases Web Hosting Provider NPSIS

October 20, 2009 by  

Hosting Tools St. Louis, MO – Hostirian, L.L.C. has acquired web hosting provider NPSIS, augmenting it’s suite of web hosting products and services. NPSIS delivers website hosting solutions for small business, home business, non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs – with the tools necessary to design, market, maintain and grow their websites and businesses.

“NPSIS is a natural fit for Hostirian,” stated Ken Cox, Hostirian’s Vice President of Operations. “NPSIS offers a unique niche of hosting products and services that complement our “Business Class” Shared, VPS, Dedicated and Colocation services, providing real value to business professionals worldwide. Success in business depends on business partnerships and acquisitions that benefit both parties. NPSIS clients will profit from Hostirian’s data center infrastructure, monitoring, environmental controls, and service level agreements. One of our strengths is our hands-on approach to customer support, pre and post sales – and our ability to provide a stable secure platform for our clients.”

NPSIS offers a full range of web hosting services, including domain name registration, hosting and design services. They feature an online knowledge base, flash tutorials, a Smart Domain Search & Suggest Tool, website builders, and marketing tools.

About Hostirian
Hostirian is a wholly owned business unit of River City Internet Group, providing business class premium hosting, complex hosting, managed services and colocation services through its’ multiple carrier class facilities, multiple data center locations, each supported by online tools and personalized attention to client’s needs. Servers and applications are monitored by an onsite 24×7×365 NOC staffed by trained engineers. Clients include Web 2.0 search engine Ice Rocket, Interstate Bakeries, IntraISP, and FanBall.

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