|By PR Newswire||
|February 18, 2014 02:13 PM EST||
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- JaguarPC, leading web hosting provider of shared, VPS, cloud, reseller and dedicated plans announces the release of a new website along with free web hosting plan upgrades for all of its current clients. JaguarPC's newest presence on the web offers a refreshing presentation of information that even those new to web hosting will find easy to understand and navigate.
"With over 15 years in the web hosting business we know what our clients need most in web hosting features and we take into account what current and potential customers want and need most. The best interests of our clients is always first and foremost. The new website is designed to showcase our new products and the plans are designed to best meet the needs and requests from our client base and future clients," says Greg Landis, CEO of JaguarPC.
The new website was developed to embrace a smooth navigational flow and to consolidate many of its services and features for an easy to use streamlined feel. The website also introduces a new line of web hosting plans and products. The sleek design of JaguarPC's newly launched website now features cloud hosting plans and VPS SSD options. It is a breeze to find the information you need on product specifications, prices and added features as well to reach out to staff and support teams.
JaguarPC is providing free upgrades for the new plan specifications to all of its existing customers. "Our new hosting plans are some of the best in the industry. I wanted to make sure that all of our current clients had the first shot at using the increased bandwidth and disk space allotments. All of our customers have been upgraded to the new plans for free so they can go ahead and start to assess how the new and more powerful hardware and allotments can benefit their hosting need. We are where we are today because of our loyal client base. It is another way I feel that I can express my gratitude to them," says Greg Landis, CEO of JaguarPC.
The satisfaction of customers is the top priority at JaguarPC. The new website and the free hosting plan upgrades show that JaguarPC will continue in spirit of customer satisfaction. The dedicated staff at JaguarPC is eager to provide the best level of service possible. The teams are ready to give that personal touch or go the extra mile to make sure that customers are satisfied with the results. "We don't stop until we get it right," says Greg Landis, CEO of JaguarPC. To learn more, please visit: http://www.jaguarpc.com
JaguarPC has been a top provider of web hosting services since 1998. They are one of the world's most trusted and experienced hosting companies that is committed to delivering superior service to its clients through an affordable and reliable value added web hosting services model. JaguarPC provides top level hosting services to businesses, government agencies and personal clients across the globe. JaguarPC has achieved a growth rate of over 95% year after year and they continue to expand their competitive services range. JaguarPC embraces a philosophy of ongoing commitment to outstanding support and continues to expand their US based technical support staff which is available via phone, email, chat, or ticket 24/7/365.
Media Contact: Greg Landis, JaguarPC, 888-338-5261, [email protected]
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