Canadian web hosting and cloud hosting services provider for SMBs, HostPapa, has acquired Canadian web hosting company LFC Hosting. This company has data center presence established in Denver and Montreal.
Loose Footing Computing Limited (LFC Hosting) was founded in 1996 and began its web hosting journey in Regina, Saskatchewan, in 1998.
They’ve opened data centers in Denver and Montreal since then, staying loyal to their beginnings and providing low-cost website solutions. LFC Hosting has provided Do-It-For-Me and Do-It-Yourself websites, domains, shared and VPS hosting, and colocation to tens of thousands of websites across the world. Financial terms of the web hosting acquisition were not disclosed.
“We’re happy to welcome LFC customers to the HostPapa family and want to assure them that we’ll go the extra mile to guarantee their satisfaction with our services,” said Jamie Opalchuk, founder & CEO of HostPapa. “I would also like to congratulate Robert and Andrew for building a fantastic company with loyal customers.”
HostPapa’s Capital Investment Plan
According to HostPapa, LFC Hosting clients can expect overall performance improvements as part of HostPapa’s capital investment plan in infrastructure.
“This year marks our 25th year of business and, over those years, our staff have been the backbone of our reputation for a high-quality hosting product and customer service,” said Andrew MacCorquodale, Director at LFC Hosting. “We are pleased that many of our team members have transitioned to HostPapa as part of this transaction, providing continuity to our customers who, in many cases, have remained loyal to LFC over our entire history.”
Founded in 2006 and located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada, HostPapa is a web hosting and cloud services provider for small companies across the globe that started its journey in 2006.