GoDaddy bets big on SMEs
GoDaddy, which provides web hosting services globally, is looking to leverage its expertise to increase its customer base including small and medium...
Hyderabad: GoDaddy, which provides web hosting services globally, is looking to leverage its expertise to increase its customer base including small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in India. The US-based internet firm which set up local support team for India last year has logged in 86 per cent growth in the country’s customer base in the past one year. Going forward, it also plans to tap opportunities offered by Indian languages for its growth in the country.
“GoDaddy has helped thousands of India’s small businesses grow and thrive online with the benefit of tools designed to create beautiful websites effortlessly. Over the last one year, GoDaddy’s support team in Hyderabad have handled more than 250,000 inbound calls, helping make it easy for customers to establish their online presence,” James Carroll, Sr V-P, GoDaddy International, told media here on Wednesday.
GoDaddy selected India as a priority market last year and now we are using India as a blueprint for our expansion into other global markets, he added. At present, the company, which is based out of Scottsdale in the US, has its largest international office in India. Besides, it also has data centre facilities in Europe and other parts of Asia. Globally, it serves 12 million customers globally.
15 Dec 2019 1:50 PM GMT