Monday, 8 August 2005
Datanet Celebrates Nine Years In The Fast Lane Of The Digital Superhighway
...Business ISP Celebrates Its Ninth Birthday...
Datanet, the UK’s leading Business ISP, today announced that it has just celebrated it’s ninth birthday – and like all nine year olds, enjoyed a birthday cake with the customary party atmosphere.
The company was founded in 1996; a year when the Euro ’96 finals were held in Wembley and caused football frenzy to sweep over England, only to have their chances snapped away when they lost to Germany in a penalty shoot out. It was the year when the mobile phone took the nation by storm and The Spice Girls stepped into the limelight to preach the unforgettable ‘Girl Power’ message to new doting fans.
Nine years on and Datanet is revelling in an extremely successful year and had great cause for celebration when it was presented the Best National Business ISP title at the annual ISPA awards. The award, won against the fiercest competition from major ISP corporations, is a shining example of how smaller customer-focused businesses can triumph in markets where much larger but less flexible service providers operate.
Datanet provide a wide range of customers with VPNs and business broadband solutions including London Camera Exchange, 3C Communications and Toymonkey to name but a few. “Our customers all give us the same feedback – they can always speak with real people at Datanet to handle their queries or orders,” commented Managing Director and company founder, Conleth McCallan.
“With nine years experience in the industry, Datanet implement class leading Internet solutions for multi-site organisations.”
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Posted by Ian Peel at 3:47 pm