Local software company PSPInc acquires web and design firm

The company furthers strong growth momentum with 7th acquisition in 13 years.

  • Thursday, July 5, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

Award-winning internet company Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (PSPInc) this week announced its acquisition of California-based web hosting and design company YourHost.

As a result of the acquisition, premier provider of quality and affordable web service offerings PSPInc will grow its current client base of more than 40,000 customers worldwide further, while continuing to offer YourHost’s complementary e-commerce support, hosting solutions, Internet, virtual/shared hosting, LIVE streaming, and domain registration services.

“As our company continues to expand we’re thrilled about our latest acquisition of YourHost. With a ‘client first’ mentally, we strive to make it easy for companies of all sizes to create and maintain a digital ecosystem to help them do business—and this acquisition will further enhance our efforts to do so,” said Mayumi Nakamura, PSPinc CEO in a press release.

“As a result of our acquisition, YourHost’s customers can expect to continue receiving the same great customer-centric service they have become accustomed to, and we look forward to offering them even more services to be successful online,” continued Nakamura.

“As the CEO and one of the founders of YourHost.com, I am pleased to be able to pass the torch to PSPinc, a similar grass-roots company who focuses above all on the client needs,” said YourHost CEO Eric Kirkhuff in a press release. “It’s rare to find a company like PSPinc that can integrate with YourHost.com and retain a similar vision which is the true definition of a ‘symbiotic relationship’ in caring for the customer we worked so hard to acquire and maintain.”

With a focus on helping businesses succeed online, PSPInc and its sister company Dreamersi provide all the digital tools needed to run businesses of all sizes and in all industries, from online websites to web hosting, email accounts, custom hosting and e-commerce tools. The acquisition of YourHost represents the company’s 7th acquisition in 13 years.


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