iWeb And Tenzing Web Hosting Companies Listed In PROFIT’s 100 Magazine

iWeb and Tenzing Web Hosting Companies Listed In PROFIT's 100 Magazine

iWeb and Tenzing Web Hosting Companies Listed In PROFIT


Greatresponder.com – 2011-06-11 – Canadian business magazine PROFIT’s published actual info about 200 companies that are showed active growth for the last year. Magazine PROFIT’s provides annual ranking of the 200 fastest growing companies in Canada. Few Canadian web hosting companies were lucky to be in this list, but few of them are there. Its well known Web hosting provider and data center operator iWeb and another intersting web hosting company Tenzing Managed IT Services.

PROFIT 200 list rates the top 200 Canadian companies based on the percentage of their revenue growth over last five years.
IWeb web hosting company, which provides infrastructure and Internet hosting services, is number 52 of most fastest growing company in Canada.

IWeb revenue increased from $2.4 millions in 2005 to $29 millions in 2010. Its 1,107 percent growth for the past 5 years.

Its fourth consecutive year the company has made the PROFIT 200 list.

Today IWeb is most known Canadian web hosting company. IWeb provides all avilable web hosting solution uch as shared web hosting, dedicated servers, cloud hosting, cloud storage and others. Main IWeb data center facility located in Montreal, Canada. IWeb has more than 200 skillfull employees that are helping clients 24/7.

Here is what iWeb CEO Eric Chouinard said about company growth:
“iWeb’s success is the direct result of our team’s massive efforts over the years, which has produced innovations like the SMART SERVER and the SMART LAYER. Our growth isn’t measured exclusively in dollars; the number of iWeb employees went from 30 in 2004 to nearly 200 today. I am extremely proud of everyone.”

Regarding Tenzing Managed IT Services, Tenzing was founded in 1998 as Canadian web hosting company. Referring to PROFFITS magazine Tenzing webb hosting company also made PROFIT 200 list is the 82nd fastest growing company in Canada. The company did good growth of 663 percent and increased its revenue from $1.5 million in 2005 to $11.7 million in 2010.

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