GoDaddy-Guava Softs Partnership Promotes Revenue Growth
GoDaddy, the technology provider dedicated to small businesses, announced that Guava Softs, a Punjab-based web services company, witnessed 30 per cent revenue growth per annum since partnering with GoDaddy. GoDaddy continues to grow its reseller network through complementary partnerships that deliver value to small businesses across India.
GoDaddy offers its partners a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all relevant products and solutions including access to integrated Web solutions spanning domain registration, email, hosting, website building, marketing tools and aftermarket domain services.
Established in 2006 by Anshul Goyal, Guava Softs became a GoDaddy reseller in January 2011 to help accelerate business growth with the help of a globally recognized and trusted partner. GoDaddy’s expansive suite of integrated products and solutions, competitive prices, dedicated partner support and powerful marketing capabilities were key deciding factors for Guava Softs. The partnership resulted in immediate results for the company, leading to Guava Softs registering more than a thousand domain names within three months. Guava Softs partnered with GoDaddy to execute various joint marketing activities, including campaigns to increase awareness about the availability of new domain name extensions and how they can help businesses create an effective online presence. With GoDaddy’s support, the company has increased its customer base 25 per cent every year since the partnership was formed.
“GoDaddy offers several value added services, complementing our business goals and allowing us to better serve our customers,” said Mr. Goyal. “GoDaddy keeps us ahead of the curve with the latest online products and solutions to help small businesses create their digital presence on the Internet. The GoDaddy Partner and Marketing teams also equip us with the tools to help us build a stronger brand and grow our business” he added.
“Our goal in India is to help small business owners get an online presence easily and at an affordable cost,” said Rajiv Sodhi, Vice President and Managing Director, GoDaddy India and Australia. “Our partners perform the crucial task of taking our end products to their customers locally, helping us educate them on the inherent benefits of the Internet. We remain committed to building a strong partner ecosystem in India and working closely with them to help small businesses succeed.”
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz. USA, GoDaddy also has offices across other locations including in Washington, Massachusetts, Iowa and California in the U.S., and international locations in Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, Mexico, Netherlands, Singapore and in the U.K.
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