In 2004, KPN was managing a successful shared hosting business through their biggest Dutch ISP: KPN Internet. The business was thriving, but customers were demanding new features and capabilities such as PHP, database servers, and advanced server applications.
KPN was looking to add features such as database support, automated scripting, and applications to their shared hosting environment. Their distributed architecture required a solution to manage clusters of email and DNS servers. The KPN infrastructure required a flexible system which could integrate with several other systems which were still in development.
Learn how KPN came to select Parallels Automation to provide distributed architecture while retaining customers by offering new features, staying profitable by automating tasks and increased revenue through up-selling to existing customers.