Dublin: The UK’s biggest hosting company, hosting giant HostGator, has announced that it is cutting 4,000 jobs in a bid to cut costs and improve its bottom line.
In a letter posted on its website, HostGators chief executive Tim Collins said the cuts would be in line with the UK’s “strong economic recovery”.
He said: “We have been making some tough decisions in recent months and this will help us to drive our business forward.”
The UK is a highly competitive market, with strong growth potential, with the opportunity for growth for both HostGATransit and its other clients.
“In a difficult economic climate, we need to have more flexibility and flexibility to deliver more services for customers.”
HostGator is the biggest hosting provider in the UK, with about 10,000 employees, and operates in all of the country’s main cities, including London, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester.
It operates over 20,000 web hosts and other services.
A HostGATOR spokesman said: “”The UK has a strong economy and we have seen strong job growth in recent years, which is creating new opportunities for our business to grow.
“We have taken a number of decisions in this period of time which will enable us to grow faster and better across the business.”
Our staff are highly motivated and our business is strong, so we are committed to the continued growth of HostGATE.
“If the UK economy continues to improve and the market continues to evolve, Hostgator will continue to invest in its business, which will support us in delivering great value for customers and delivering the best experience for our customers.”
HostGATOR is a global company with many strong local businesses.
We believe that this will continue as we invest in the future of HostgATOR, which we have been focusing on for some time.
“The move follows the announcement of a £500m fund that will be used to fund infrastructure and capital spending.
The company said it had invested £30m into the London and Dublin regions of the UK and had also committed £500 million to the UK-wide broadband network.