Summit acquires fellow hosting company to boost its SMB reach – Data Economy

By acquiring iNSYNQ, Summit Hosting aims to boost its business around applications including Sage and QuickBooks.

Summit Hosting, amanaged application hosting firm headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia,has acquired iNSYNQ, a fellow hosting firm based out of Seattle,Washington state.

The acquisition of iNSYNQs business assets is another step in our strategic effort to take cloud computing and desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) to a new level, said Summit Hosting. Summit offers a suite of cloud solutions for small to medium-sized businesses, including QuickBooks, Sage and other managed business applications on dedicated servers.

It said the addition of iNSYNQ means increased security, flexibility and stability for iNSYNQ customers. Over the past 20 years, iNSYNQ has built an incredible business empowering accounting professionals to do their jobs effectively, said Stanley Kania, CEO of Summit Hosting.

This transaction continues Summits rapid and strategic growth, and expands Summits unmatched offerings for accounting professionals and SMBs looking for secure and reliable cloud solutions.

With Summit Hostingsdedicated servers, customers can manage their own resources as wellas install and integrate their own applications versus the limitedcapabilities offered by a shared environment, the vendor said.Customers can still access their applications and files remotely andcollaborate with clients and employees from anywhere.

iNSYNQ customerswill have the option to move over to the Summit platform quickly,giving them the increased security, flexibility and stability oftheir own dedicated server, Kania said. iNSYNQ customers canalso count on an exceptional level of customer service, as oursupport team has a 95% satisfaction rating.

Summit Hosting willmaintain its headquarters in Atlanta, GA and will now have severaladditional employees throughout Washington state.

Summit Hosting wasfounded by Kania and Warren Patterson in 2016 through the merging and The value of the iNSYNQ acquisitiontransaction has not been disclosed by either side.

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