The new partnership between Dutch and Lithuanian companies is an important milestone in the hosting market development within the region. The partnership aims to deliver more inclusive services to the Lithuanian hosting sector and help both companies to establish their businesses internationally.

HyperOps (Lithuania) and DigiState (the Netherlands) hosting companies joined forces in bridging two markets and expanding internationally. The intent behind the cooperation is to share experience among two markets in Eastern and Northwestern Europe and deliver a more comprehensive hosting service to Lithuanian customers. HyperOps has a fully developed Infrastructure as a service portfolio and will provide local resources to DigiState. The partnership is a positive addition to the Lithuanian hosting market and offers improved eCommerce hosting services.

DigiState as a hosting service provider seeks to work with local eCommerce developers and platforms that have international ambitions. While HyperOps positions itself as a successful partner for international businesses needing complex or custom infrastructure and DevOps solutions, they intend to use this partnership for its clients that need eCommerce hosting expertise and to expand its range of data center services in Western Europe.

Marin Heideman, CEO of DigiState, believes that bridging two companies will not only help them grow in the new market but will also benefit Lithuanian customers. „Hybrid cloud strategies are very common amongst our bigger Dutch clients. I believe we can help Lithuanian companies benefit from our international experience and expertise, particularly in the eCommerce field. With our help and understanding of the local market and pricing structures, clients can enhance their customer experience, improve SEO, and create more reliable scalable redundant platforms across different countries.“ With more than 10 years of experience under the belt and extreme client focus approach, DigiState seeks to offer the same service level as in the Netherlands.

Although both companies provide baseline hosting services, DigiState primarily focuses on eCommerce projects and mainly assists customers in hosting and managing their eCommerce platforms like Magento, PrestaShop, WooCommerce, Zencart. While HyperOps positions itself as a partner for international businesses needing custom managed infrastructure and DevOps solutions.

Gediminas Grigas, CEO of HyperOps, is excited to begin a new chapter of the company’s international development stage and introduce a more versatile hosting coverage to its growing client portfolio. “We are excited to start a partnership with DigiState. They are professionals in hosting specializing in eCommerce projects allowing us to grow our services together to the online retail sector. This partnership enables us to implement the best practices in our business and deliver additional more enhanced services to Lithuanian and international eCommerce customers.”