TransIP takes over IT-Ernity in full

Business

Today, TransIP Group B.V. announces the full takeover of IT-Ernity Holding B.V., the internet solutions provider behind the brands Proserve, CloudVPS, Signet, VDX, Webstekker and DDS. The acquisition strengthens TransIP's position in the Benelux.

Ali Niknam, founder of TransIP: “When I heard what the guys had achieved, a feeling of pride came over me. An acquisition of this scale is truly unbelievable!”

TransIP Group strategy

In line with its growth objective, TransIP is looking for like-minded companies in terms of customer focus, technical innovation and distinctive culture. The acquisition contributes to TransIP’s strategy to further extend its leading position in the national and international IT market by joining forces and developing talent. This will create a stronger and bigger platform in the Netherlands, offering a strong European alternative for today's global technology market.

“Both TransIP and IT-Ernity have proven that innovation and devotion to customers are a golden combination in this market. This shared vision makes joining forces a logical step”, says Raymond Kasiman, CEO of TransIP.

Complete portfolio

Thanks to a wide product and brand portfolio, TransIP will be able to cater to a very large target group and meet the explosively growing demand for scalable European cloud solutions. This portfolio consists of web hosting and domain names (VDX, Webstekker, DDS & TransIP), managed & IT solutions (Proserve), connectivity & network solutions (Signet) and cloud & infrastructure solutions (CloudVPS & TransIP BladeVPS).

Jeroen Hüpscher, CEO TransIP Group: "We see the acquisition as a gift to our customers. With the option of both unmanaged and managed services, they will get the best of both worlds from a Dutch provider, enabling them to get the maximum out of their digital existence."

Growth in numbers

With this acquisition, TransIP Group has almost 400,000 customers, 210 employees and a turnover of about 70 million euros. The Executive Board of the merged company will consist of Raymond Kasiman and Jeroen Hüpscher. No further financial details about the acquisition have been disclosed.