January 4, 2008 (HOSTSEARCH.COM) EnActen Corporation has acquired Canadian Web Host Alentus after more than 107 consecutive months of profitable operations, it was reported yesterday. The company will change its name to Alentus Corporation once the deal is finalized.
"The overall reputation, quality of staff, and superior operating profit initially attracted us to move forward with the Alentus acquisition," explained Chairman and CEO of EnActen, Mr. William King. "As we learned more about Alentus, it became apparent that our synergies and culture represented a solid foundation to implement our overall growth strategy to provide first class dedicated and shared hosting services to any business and integrate other mobile/exchange service mixes into the customer channel. We welcome the Alentus team and look forward to providing timely updates as developments occur."
Alentus was founded in 1997 and is one of the most recognized hosting firms in Canada. The company focuses on providing Windows based hosting services and is a Microsoft Gold Certified partner. The companys customer base included Coca-Cola, ADT Security, Intel, Kellogg's, Sheraton Hotels, Fidelity Investments, Honeywell, and departments of the United States and Canadian governments.