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Web Werks named best cloud data center at India's Business Leader Awards

15 Aug 17

Web Werks has won the Best Cloud Data Center and Internet Exchange Company of the Year award at the Business Leader Awards in India.

The award ceremony was held at The Leela, in Mumbai on 7th August this year as a part of the 2017 Zee Business Worldwide Achievers Summit.

The Summit was hosted by Worldwide Achievers, a global market research company that provides ratings and analysis services.

"With the competition so high in this web hosting industry, being appreciated and rewarded as the 'Best Cloud Data Center and Internet Exchange Company of the Year' is surely an achievement,” comments Nikhil Rathi, CEO, Web Werks.

“We always try to suggest the best solution to our clients when it comes to their hosting needs. We as being in this industry for 20+ years pay a lot of attention to customer service. That is one of the reasons that we are one of the best in the industry.”

“Our customers are happy with us and we are getting recognized for it.”

According to Worldwide Achievers, the Business Leaders awards recognize extraordinary business leadership throughout India, and the recipients embody quality and innovation, and drive the development of their businesses with vision and motivation.

Founded in 1996, Web Werks is a Tier III Uptime Institute certified cloud data center service provider headquartered in India, and with operations in United States.

Web Werks has 5 data centers across these regions, including in Hinjewadi, Pune and Prabhadevi, Mumbai, and in Philadelphia, United States.

In addition, the company also provides backup storage solutions, disaster recovery services, work area recovery, and colocation services.  

Web Werks has won a range of other awards, including 'The Best Web Hosting Award 2017', 'Retailer of The Year For Best Cloud Data Centers And Internet Exchange', and 'Great Indian Workplace Award (GIWA) 2017’.

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