TL; DR: SIM-Networks is a brand of Netversor GmbH, a Germany-based IT solutions holding. The company provides virtual, cloud, and dedicated server hosting solutions backed by an international team devoted to putting customers first. The company leverages more than a decade of experience to deliver enterprise-grade technology, an ironclad service level agreement (SLA), and a continuous innovation cycle. Moving forward, the company will continue to evolve in step with industry demand with the introduction of flexible private and hybrid cloud solutions.
It’s no secret that the global hosting market is teeming with competition from the nearly 340,000 service providers looking for a seat at the table.
The industry’s $32 billion market share — projected to reach $76.2 billion by 2023 — creates the illusion that every player will get their piece of the pie. In reality, the seemingly insatiable appetites of industry giants like GoDaddy, Amazon Web Service, and Google Cloud leave other companies struggling to receive their fair share.
But Sergey Dolgushev, CEO at SIM-Networks, has discovered a recipe for success for standing out among the crowd: Quality infrastructure mixed with an unwavering devotion to proficiency and innovation.
Sergey Dolgushev, CEO, gave us the scoop on SIM-Networks and the company’s customer-first approach.
“A professional approach is the basis of SIM-Networks,” he said. “We, Germans, don’t like dilettantism or sophomoric attitudes. That’s the reason we hire high-qualified professionals. That’s the reason that our tech support is able to solve customers’ issues at any time. They are the masters of all infrastructural nuances.”
SIM-Networks, launched in 2009, operates under parent company Netversor GmbH, a German provider of IT systems and infrastructure solutions for B2B customers worldwide that was founded in 2006. Today, SIM-Networks leverages its history and expertise to provide customers with a wide range of virtual, cloud, and dedicated server hosting solutions via certified datacenters in Karlsruhe, widely regarded as the IT capital of Germany.
According to Sergey, customers can keep an eye out for innovations in private and hybrid cloud offerings in the future. In the meantime, the forward-thinking company will continue to back its enterprise-grade technology and innovative thinking with a strictly professional business approach.