QDC, a web hosting provider based in Leidschendam, the Netherlands and serving around 3,000 customers, was taken over by Web hosting Conglomerate Total Webhosting Solutions (TWS). It is Versio’s first acquisition since joining TWS, but parent company TWS itself has already acquired a number of web hosting companies in the European market. Most recently, TWS was taken over Dutch web host IPS.
“After many years of looking after the business, the time has come for the next step. To ensure business continuity, I looked for a reliable partner that I found in Versio, ”he said Noor Nijkamp-Danser, director of QDC. Our customers have certain standards and expectations of our level of service and I was looking for a partner with standards comparable to ours. Now is the time to take a step back, but I know our customers are in good hands. “
“This is Versio’s first acquisition since we became part of TWS. The acquisition enables us to serve a broader customer base and offer a wider variety of products, ”said Christiaan Tsirakos, CEO of Versio.
Versio has been a provider of web hosting and domain name registration services since 2008. Versio is based in Zwolle, the Netherlands, and has been part of TWS since 2018.
“This is Versio’s first acquisition since we became part of TWS. The acquisition allows us to serve a broader customer base and offer a wider variety of products, ”he said Christiaan Tsirakos, CEO of Versio. “QDC’s customers are very satisfied and have been loyal customers for many years as QDC has always focused on providing a personal, high quality customer experience. Partnership with execution QDC offers the opportunity to update its technical platform to a new platform that meets modern standards and requirements. I think we will strengthen each other in the future. “
TWS continues the acquisition path
Within TWS, Web hosting entrepreneur can build “their own local empire”. Part of TWS would enable them to improve effectiveness, guarantee quality and invest in the future. TWS provides financial security, strategic guidance, and best practices to the brands they own.
“Smaller web hosting companies are a great fit with TWS ‘businesses and TWS will continue to acquire them for years to come,” he said Matthieu van Amerongen, CEO of TWS.
“Because of our size, most of our companies can be above the market average. For example, TWS enables cross-selling, which leads to constant sales growth. In addition, investments in infrastructure and technology are more easily accessible, creating opportunities for cost savings. By participating TWS Smaller web hosting companies can take advantage of these benefits and become a better and more successful business. “