DigiState, provider of web hosting and managed services with customers throughout Europe, opens an office in Vilnius to expand its activities to Lithuania. DigiState focuses on offering its e-commerce specialization here. In the current hosting market of Lithuania, there is still room in this specific market segment.
DigiState has been offering a wide range of hosting services for more than 10 years, including web hosting, managed services and security. DigiState’s main focus is on e-commerce and webshop hosting. According to founder and owner Marin Heideman, Lithuania offers a lot of market potential here: “Lithuania is not an unknown region for me. I have been coming here for four years and have therefore been able to form a good insight of the hosting market and the players that are active in this particular market segment. We have had a market study carried out into the possibilities for e-commerce services. The results confirm my view that there are still lots of opportunities in this niche of the market in Lithuania. For example, there are few hosters who deal with Magento websites, something that DigiState specializes in.”
Because Heideman has been exploring the market in Lithuania for some time, he has also built up quite an extensive business network. “Over the years that I have been coming to Lithuania, I have had many interesting contacts,” he says. “As a result, I know with which local parties we can work together to offer our service. Of course, we ensure that the quality of this service is just as high as our services from the Netherlands.”
The website has been fully translated into Lithuanian and DigiState has opened its first office in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Marketing and PR activities are coordinated from here. The data center services are also offered from Lithuania. To be able to offer this, DigiState works together with local parties. For the provision of hosting services, DigiState has also entered into partnerships with Lithuanian data centers. The management of these servers is incidentally entrusted to the DigiState team in the Netherlands.
To support the start in Lithuania, DigiState is organizing a launch party in Vilnius this fall. “By organizing an event we want to make sure that the Lithuanian market gets to know us,” explains Heideman. “We therefore invite prospects to a launch party to present DigiState to them as a reliable provider of high-quality e-commerce hosting.”
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