Insync’s web hosting division merges with Diadem Technologies
Oct 17, 2011
We are pleased to announce the successful merger of ewebplanet.in
, a successful web hosting and development provider based in Kolkata with Diadem Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Ewebplanet.in has been a division of Insync Tech Fin Solutions Ltd.
, which was founded by Mr. Atul Kumar in 2006 and has enjoyed rapid growth since its inception.
As the company is now focussed on developing their own SAP oriented products and solutions (SBOeConnect
), they had decided to hive off their web hosting division to a provider which shared the same vision and values and would be able to take good care of their clients and manage them effectively. After a series of amicable discussions with Mr. Atul Gupta, Insync decided to migrate its hosting services and clients to our network which would enable us to start managing their hosting services and clients, effective from 15 Oct 2011.
I am confident that this merger would enable us to provide the existing clients of ewebplanet.in with enhanced hosting features and upgrade their hosting plans to new features and services as we release them to our clients. To begin with, all accounts would be migrated to the new version of the Plesk Control Panel 10.3
which has a new streamlined interface and extensive features for effective management of client accounts and services. Customers can also use the 1-click installer for installing third part apps (wordpress, joomla, etc.) without going through the technical process of installing these applications on their accounts.
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome all clients and partners of ewebplanet.in to Diadem Technologies and I hope that we can continue to serve and provide you with industry leading hosting services in the days ahead.
I would also like to thank our clients, partners and our committed support staff for their continued support and this merger would further consolidate our presence as a leading web hosting provider in this region with a strong presence in the SME segment.