Intermedia Microsoft Exchange hosting provider Reports 20% Revenue Growth in 2009

. February 4, 2010 . 0 Comments

Microsoft Exchange hosting provider, today reported a 20 percent increase in year-over-year revenue and a 15 percent increase in the size of its customer base. The company attributes this growth to its continued focus on the customer experience, including development of its new DataEcho™ architecture that guarantees the safety and availability of customers’ Microsoft Exchange data.
In 2009, Intermedia was the first to market with hosted Exchange 2010, launching the service moments after Microsoft announced the availability of its Exchange Server 2010 software. Eighty-two percent of Intermedia’s new customers are choosing hosted Exchange 2010 over hosted Exchange 2007, which Intermedia continues to offer. Intermedia also made substantial investments in the service, support and proprietary technology it delivers around hosted Exchange and other communications services, a key source of the company’s differentiation versus niche hosting players and online service providers.

Intermedia is the premier provider of communications services, including hosted Microsoft Exchange, to small- and mid-sized businesses. For an affordable monthly fee, customers get business email, telephony, smartphones, instant messaging, fax and other communications delivered as a service with 24×7 support. Intermedia also empowers thousands of smaller VARs and MSPs — as well as select Fortune 500 companies — to sell communications services under their own brand. Founded in 1995, Intermedia was the first company to offer cloud-based business-class email and now has over 225,000 premium hosted Exchange mailboxes under management — more than any other provider.

For more information, visit www.intermedia.net.

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