Host1Plus Now Supports 6 Languages!
The international hosting provider Host1Plus has introduced a renewed website in Chinese, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish and Lithuanian languages
This week Host1Plus introduced renewed websites in Chinese, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish and Lithuanian languages to provide better experience to a global customer audience. Since it’s launch in January, the renewed website has been available in English only. The company will provide better reach in terms of communication to all Chinese, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish and Lithuanian speaking communities worldwide.
Multi-language functionality has also been implemented for the internal UI. Now all clients can enjoy easier service management and interaction through their Client Area.
Vincentas Grinius, the co-founder and CEO of Host1Plus, claims that multilanguage communication is a crucial necessity running a global web hosting business. “As our scope is not limited geographically, we hope that the increase of available languages will improve our interaction with the customers,” he says, “The ability to communicate in local languages is definitely a merit of any international company.”
Earlier this month, Host1Plus also launched the renewed Client Area with better functionality and effortless service management which was exclusively developed in-house for Host1Plus clients. While the company seeks to adjust to customer needs, it’s focus is not limited to one-way communication. Currently the company provides customer support in English, Lithuanian, Portuguese and Spanish with more languages to come later this year.
Host1Plus is an international cloud computing technologies empowered hosting company which provides shared hosting, Linux and Windows Cloud hosting, VPS hosting, reseller hosting, dedicated servers, domain name registration services and SSL certificates. Host1Plus can boast about the main values which are essential to an international web hosting company – stability, reliability and a great support team. Host1Plus is based in London, United Kingdom; some operations are directed from Kaunas, Lithuania and Frankfurt, Germany.