Webzilla Increases its Purchasing Poweron March 25, 2014
Amsterdam, Netherlands, 25 March 2014 - Webzilla has entered into an agreement with Dell Financial Services to spread its payments for Dell PowerEdge servers and additional services for its Dutch datacenter. This enables the global hosting provider to increase its purchasing power required to support growth and maintain high levels of customer service.
Dell is a part of a sector in which competition is fierce and obtaining Webzilla as a client and a long term partner, with its international presence and proactive expansion plans, supports the technology giant's ambitions to keep its place in the global market.
In recent times, Webzilla has seen exponential customer base growth, delivering fast and secure services at reasonable prices. To maintain its long term plans, the company has adopted a readiness strategy that summarizes the quality and quick delivery needs of its customers.
"Hosting is a very specific business. The incremental investment in hardware is quite big and, because customers pay a monthly fee, the ROI might take up to six months. One of our differentiators towards our audience is our ability to bring them 'live' within hours. To fulfill this promise we keep a substantial amount of servers in stock," said Rajesh Kumar Mishra, Chief Financial Officer of Webzilla. "One great advantage of having Dell as our hardware vendor on one hand and as our bank on the other is that they have in-depth knowledge of the volume of the business that we do with them. They can easily link our financing needs with our purchasing history."
The completion of the deal sees Webzilla securing its future development plans. The financial outcome will affect its customers, providing stable business environment and guaranteed fast response times for any new and existing services. Securing the infrastructure front allows for deeper levels of dedication and frees greater possibilities for innovation and strategic planning. Webzilla's decision to work with Dell, as a supplier and a bank, eliminates the need of a 3rd party financing and puts the company on the right track to keep up with its growth rate and customer satisfaction levels.