VIDEO – With HostingCon 2013 just behind, email security product provider SpamExperts has decided to upgrade its sponsorship for the web hosting event to the Platinum status for the 2014 edition in Miami Beach, Florida.
By upgrading its sponsorship from Gold level to the highest sponsorship level possible at the now renowned event within the web hosting industry, Amsterdam based SpamExperts sees itself included in a distinguished list of Platinum Sponsors. This year’s Platinum sponsors were Microsoft, Symantec, Softlayer and OnApp.
During HostingCon in Austin, Texas SpamExperts had a great response to its Complete Service Provider Package give-away worth $65,000 – won by Hands-on Webhosting. The joined give-away in cooperation with 11 cosponsors will be continued next year, as SpamExperts is already working on a new – one of a kind – give-away idea for the next HostingCon edition in Miami.
Fast Growing Company
Hosting Journalist finds it interesting to see that SpamExperts is a fast growing company, with a management team that has the confidence to claim a Platinum status at one of the most prominent events in the hosting industry. The fast growth and the Platinum sponsorship are indicators that the email filtering and archiving solutions of SpamExperts are addressing a clear needs in the hosting market.
To see for yourself what the company and its products might bring you, please have a look at this video in which SpamExpert’s CEO Sam Renkema is being interviewed for cPanel TV. It’s a rather old video, definitely in terms of internet time experience but it’s hardly being viewed yet whereas it gives you a good idea of SpamExpert’s qualities. Although some aspects might be somewhat outdated, during the first 2 minutes of the interview Renkema explains clearly how their products are capable of automating the email security process for web hosting providers:[youtube_sc url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_wVWY6AdRA” title=”SpamExperts” modestbranding=”1″ autohide=”1″ fs=”1″ iv_load_policy=”3″ rel=”0″ showinfo=”0″ embedcode=”old” enablejsapi=”1″]