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Aug 29, 2012
Limestone Networks, the Dallas-based, on-demand dedicated server provider, is celebrating their 5th year in business.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 29, 2012.
Limestone Networks, the Dallas-based, on-demand dedicated server provider, has announced that they have now surpassed five years in business. Having started from scratch in Dallas by Gary Kendall, a long time computer industry businessman and entrepreneur, Gary was determined to create a hosting business that actually cared about their clients, not just their prices. “Anyone can obtain a client using cheap pricing, but it takes work to keep a client, take care of them, and make sure they have what they need to run their own successful businesses,” Gary recently shared. He continued, “We wanted to create something where clients were as loyal to us as we are to them, not because of our price, but because of our service.”
After five years in business Aug 17th, Limestone Networks feels that they have accomplished most of the goals that were initially determined. Kris Anderson, Director of Support, commented, “We have become one of the leading dedicated server hosting companies in the industry. We have low client turnover because of the service we provide, and we have low employee turnover because of the environment we have created. In the beginning, we set certain goals and objectives for the company, and I’m pleased with the results”
Limestone Networks thanks their original investors for being willing to invest in their vision. They also thank their clients for choosing Limestone Networks and staying with them.
Limestone Networks would like to invite both existing clients, and prospective clients, in joining with them in their journey towards five more years of successful endeavors.
For more information on Limestone Networks, visit the website at LimestoneNetworks.com or contact an Account Specialist at sales(at)limestonenetworks(dot)com.