Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Lakewood Ranch, Florida: Soluency, a new Web Hosting Solution for Digital Marketing Agencies, will mark its official Grand Opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The event will take place at 8130 Lakewood Main Street, Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202 on Friday January 7, 2022, at 2pm.
Soluency today announced Agency Managed Web Hosting, a new web hosting solution designed specifically for Digital Marketing Agencies. Soluency offers a new way for agencies to experience enterprise grade web hosting at an affordable price.
Soluency is a web hosting and web infrastructure company that provides the right kind of support to digital agencies. Founded by Rob Lederhilger, an industry veteran with over 21 years’ experience in web hosting and Internet technologies, Soluency brings technical expertise and hands-on customer service.
“We’re here for our customers 24/7 so they can focus on what they do best: creating successful online initiatives for their clients.” says Rob, Founder and CEO at Soluency.
Features and benefits of Soluency’s Agency Managed Web Hosting include:
- Dedicated TAM (Technical Account Manager) with every account to help escalate critical customer support issues. Soluency’s dedicated TAMs provide a single point of contact and help agencies use the platform, fix any issues that arise and make sure all questions get answered.
- With Agency Managed Web Hosting, agencies can host up to 300 sites on a single solution as opposed to only 10-30 with other providers. Agencies who have more than 30 clients or with aspirations of growth will benefit from a lower cost and peace of mind.
- Soluency offers managed hosting for Joomla, Drupal, and TYPO3 in addition to WordPress.
Soluency’s Agency Managed Web Hosting is now available, at only $149 per month. For more information, visit Soluency.com.
About Soluency: Soluency is a portmanteau (Solution + Agency) and was founded by Rob Lederhilger. Rob has worked with Mars and Wrigley’s brand managers to launch and maintain websites developed by agencies and their developers for Skittles, M&Ms, Starburst, Snickers, plus many others. He also managed the web hosting infrastructure for the Better Business Bureau’s parent organization and was responsible for keeping sites such as BBB.org online and accessible.