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GearHost Selects Host Merchant Services for Credit Card Processing

May 4, 2011 by · Comments Off on GearHost Selects Host Merchant Services for Credit Card Processing 

Webmaster ToolboxNewark, Delaware GearHost, a provider of top of the line cloud hosting technology for businesses worldwide, has announced a new partnership agreement with credit card processing firm Host Merchant Services. The new partnership will allow GearHost to provide credit card payment processing services to its customers at ultra-competitive rates and to take advantage of Host Merchant Service’s industry leading customer service.

GearHost has been offering rock solid web hosting solutions since 2000. Based in Denver, Colorado, and serving the world, GearHost is known for its innovative technology and unfailing support. Always at the forefront of developments in web hosting technology, Gear Host has now brought cloud hosting solutions to the masses, at a price that any business can afford. Gear Host cloud hosting is currently the most affordable and most powerful Windows cloud solution on the market. GearHost’s cloud hosting products are covered by a 100% uptime SLA and include unlimited domains, unlimited bandwidth and complimentary load balancing to ensure top performance. Further information on cloud environments can be found on the GearHost blog at: http://blog.gearhost.com.

Lou Honick is CEO with Host Merchant Services and described the importance of the new partnership, ”GearHost is an outstanding company that really understands their customers and shares our vision for providing excellent customer service. We are thrilled to add them to our growing list of web hosting partners. GearHost’s top-notch cloud hosting services pair very well with our merchant services to create a full e-commerce solution for our mutual customers. With the resources of GearHost and Host Merchant Services behind them, customers will be empowered to tackle even the most difficult e-commerce projects.”

Host Merchant Services has partnered with a fast growing number of high profile web hosting companies to provide the following services:

  • The ability to accept credit cards, affordably, securely, and reliably.
  • Design of payment processing solutions which seamlessly improve profitability.
  • Industry-leading support and services for transactional online customers.
  • The creation of innovative solutions in payment processing – including e-commerce, wireless, and virtual terminals.
  • Private label solutions for credit card processing to let partners easily integrate payment processing into their product lines while maintaining control over the customer relationship.

To learn more about Host Merchant Services please go to www.hostmerchantservices.com.

For further information on GearHost and their range of cloud servers and cloud web hosting products please visit www.gearhost.com or call 1-888-535-5443. Read more

Parallels EMEA Partner Roadshow Bolsters White-label Reseller Opportunities to Help Hosters Increase Revenue & Grow SaaS Offerings

August 20, 2009 by · Comments Off on Parallels EMEA Partner Roadshow Bolsters White-label Reseller Opportunities to Help Hosters Increase Revenue & Grow SaaS Offerings 

ParallelsWeb Hosting ToolsMUNICH, Germany — Virtualization and automation leader, Parallels, will conduct a seven-country partner roadshow targeting Parallels’ partners and other hosters, cloud services providers and ISVs. The EMEA Partner Roadshow will provide attendees with insights and best practices to deploy applications and services in a hosted environment. The roadshow will also provide practical examples of how hosters can use white-label reselling to create a lucrative indirect sales channel with a wider portfolio of applications, while maintaining brand independence and client loyalty.

White-label reselling enables hosters to resell and deliver SaaS applications including Microsoft Exchange, Windows SharePoint, Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS), etc. in a hosted environment. In the SaaS model, end user customers subscribe to applications instead of purchasing them, typically on a monthly basis. In this pay-as-you go approach, SMBs are afforded an easy-to-use low-cost service.

An April 2009, study by IDC finds that growth in the SaaS market will be strong in Europe despite — and in some cases because of — the weak economic conditions. The overall SaaS market will grow from €237 million in 2004 to €6,005 million in 2013 (1). From this and other recent IDC studies, it is clear that SaaS has become accepted by the mainstream of user organizations around Europe. This will result in continued strong growth, making SaaS a rising star in a very largely depressed European software market.

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