(The Hosting News) – BaseKit, the leading website building platform, has today announced its partnership with acens Technologies, the Cloud services company. The partnership is seeing the BaseKit website builder, rolled out to customers across Brazil, Spain and in the future in new countries.
The partnership demonstrates the on-going investment made by BaseKit to enter new markets and partner with the largest and most successful business-focussed organisations in the world. acens, part of the Telefónica Group, is a leading provider of IaaS and SaaS.
Daniel Ribaya, Head of Marketing of acens, subsidiary of Telefónica Group, notes: “By partnering with BaseKit we are able to offer our customers the ability to build professional and beautiful websites for desktop and mobile devices. Their website editor is extremely easy to use and complements our existing range of business services. BaseKit was a clear winner in our search for a partner and we are thrilled to be working with them.”
Juan Lobato, CEO for BaseKit added: “Our success partnering with the world’s top hosting, telco and domain-name companies is a direct result of the demand from this sector and our ability to adapt our proposition to provide added value to their customers. The market is growing at an alarming rate and our platform allows our partners to better serve their existing customers and prospective relationships.”
BaseKit was founded in 2008 and has become the world’s fastest growing website editor, distributed by global partners in the hosting and telecoms space. The platform enables small businesses and designers to build and manage beautiful websites entirely in the browser. BaseKit’s website editor is available in 16 languages and multiple integrations are supported, including: On-premise, SaaS, cPanel plugin and Parallels APS.
BaseKit now has over 80 employees, with offices in London, Bristol, Toronto, and Sao Paulo, with over 100 strategic partnerships worldwide. BaseKit won Seedcamp in 2008 and has subsequently received investment from Eden Ventures, NESTA and Nauta Capital.