In a statement sent to VerAngola, the company explains that the platform makes it possible to create and manage in a safe and automatic way "websites with advanced technological resources, and enables an end user or a company to create a domain, develop and host websites locally in an easy way, fast and with low cost of access and use (data balance lasts longer)".
Designated 'Host2Africa', the new platform was created to help Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), startups, digital entrepreneurs, universities, engineering institutes, programmers, among others, integrating a "set of gains for their businesses", namely in the "local hosting of portals, creation and management of corporate emails, with payment in kwanzas (avoiding exchange rate fluctuations) and with redundancy in accommodation in Angola (AngoNAP Talatona and Sangano) SADC and West Africa, ensuring savings in bandwidth consumption international band and local support 24 hours a day, seven days a week", adds the note.
Quoted in the statement, Fábio José, the company's commercial leader, said that they were aware of the challenges faced by national companies in terms of having "efficient Internet presence solutions at competitive costs" and, for that reason, they had developed this platform.
"We are aware of the challenges faced by Angolan companies, which is to have efficient Internet presence solutions at competitive costs, which is why we have created and developed this solution, 100 percent Angolan, which we are already making available to entrepreneurs, SMEs and large corporations, so that they have an accessible platform that is robust, secure, reliable and at the same time scalable as each business grows, in addition, and like all Angola Cables products and services, it also has low latency and its great differential is access to connections from local Internet businesses in Angola to the company's more than 26 Points of Presence (POPs) worldwide," he said.
The company also clarifies that the platform thus ensures "greater ease of access for companies to the Internet" through a website, "a professional e-mail solution with its own domain, security, data backup and multiple ready-to-use templates, with the potential to promote Angola's website services to have more visibility and business in other markets".