Technology is a competitive niche. Not every start up with a technological concept grows to dominate a market in two year or so. It takes time and resources to get there on such a short time. Yet everyday, with cut throat competition, volatile market, ever changing forces of demand, tech businesses continue to grow, filling the technological void developing countries have been suffering from for sometime. Truehost Cloud is really coming up strong and fast sweeping Kenya’s technological hub by storm.
For starters, Truehost Cloud was an invention of necessity from the parent company, Ryanada Limited. As a company utilizing Cloud services, trying to find the best internet solutions while seeking the necessary support, constantly learning a lot about internet hosting, motivated the conception of Truehost Cloud, build purposefully to run specific individual applications. With time, clients started streaming in, in dire need of similar services so Truehost opted to host their websites and applications. In 2016, Truehost immersed itself fully in the business.
Since its official inception in 2016, Truehost Cloud has grown exponentially giving well-known veterans in the industry a run for their money, to be the internet hosting company of choice in Kenya.For the last five months, the Kenya Network Information Center (KeNIC) has consistently recognized Truehost as the top .ke domain registrar, beating many established web hosting companies in Kenya. Truehost Cloud has concentrated its focus on domain registrations, web hosting, cloud servers and SSL certificates to give consumers quality.
Starting out, handling technical bits was easy, but finding the right clients to sell the products to was very difficult.With the right marketing strategy and enough resources injected into it, Truehost Cloud started have a continuous stream of customers who kept growing each day attracting corporate clients like government agencies. Sales skyrocketed. With growth came the challenge of numbers, entwined with security and support issues. Scaling up its cyber resiliency to ensure clients security was a quick move to counter the challenge. The learning curve was swift, and within a short time, Truehost had mastered the art of trade.
Today, Truehost sells globally to clients widely spread in Africa, Europe and Asia, while seeking to expand their networks to Nigeria, Cape Town and Singapore in the next three months.