Project Host Inc. Opens Canadian Data Center

          Project Host Inc. is one of the world’s leaders in providing custom cloud hosting for SharePoint, CRM and Microsoft Project Server. Project Host Inc. delivers cloud based solution and business solutions for all leading and medium sized enterprises. Project Host Inc. is based in Silicon Valley has provided cloud solutions to more than 40, 000 customers worldwide from 9 data centers in Europe and United States.

         Project Host Inc. announced the launch of a Data center facility in Toronto, Canada. This new facility will provide services for CRM cloud hosting services, Microsoft PPM/EPM ad SharePoint. Project Host Inc. now has eight data centers including this new facility in Canada. Now Canada based enterprise, government agencies and organizations can partner with Project Host Inc. for localized hosting services.

         Scott Chapman, CEO and Co-founder of Project Host Inc. said, “We are very excited to bring another one of our custom cloud hosting facilities on-line in support of hosted Microsoft Enterprise Project and Portfolio Management, SharePoint and CRM solutions,” Scott Chapman, CEO and co-founder of Project Hosts said in a statement. For many Canadian organizations, especially those in the government sector and those moving from a traditional on-site deployment or private cloud, having an in-country hosting option is a definite advantage.”

         Mike Foster, Vice President of Project Host Inc. said, “Having a Canadian data center facility is an essential requirement for an increasing number of customers, as well as our consulting and training partners located throughout Canada. With our hosted EPPM, CRM and SharePoint solutions now available out of Toronto, our eco-system of partners can offer highly tuned and customized solutions that meet their client's exact needs.”

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