What business is XpressionLabs in?
XpressionLabs is a company located in Emmen, a Dutch town in The Netherlands, that serves more than 7000 organizations with web to print and brand management software. It enables customers of printing houses and marketing and communication agencies to easily create professional business cards, flyers, posters and other types of printed materials. The great thing about this service is that end users can use the XpressionLabs software themselves. Designers don't have to deal with small repetitive tasks anymore, such as making business cards.
Tailor-made virtual servers and storage solutions
With a team of 12 employees, XpressionLabs serves Dutch customers of which some have offices abroad. As the company makes use of a SaaS model, stable IT infrastructure is key for its performance. Since its foundation more than ten years ago, XpressionLabs has relied on Adix for this. Adix provides dozens of scalable custom-made virtual servers and a large volume of storage.
As our company heavily depends on its IT, you want to be able to speak with professionals that understand our needs and concerns. That is certainly the case with Adix
Peter Koops, director and founder of XpressionLabs, is very satisfied with the service Adix provides. "I already had good experiences with Adix before I founded XpressionLabs about ten years ago. It was logical for me to opt for Adix again when I started my own business. They distinguish themselves with their technical knowledge and expert advice. I am also pleased that they can provide customized solutions so I am not stuck with standard hosting plans which not meet my business requirements. As our company heavily depends on IT performance, you want to be able to speak with professionals that understand our needs and concerns. That is certainly the case with Adix.”
They are our backup when we are not able to figure it out ourselves
In the past ten years that XpressionLabs has worked with Adix, hardly any failures have occurred. "Adix's infrastructure has proven to be stable. And if there is an interference at all, it is usually our fault," Koops emphasizes. "If we can't solve it ourselves, we can always call someone from Adix, whether it's late at night or during the weekend. They are our backup in case we are not able to figure it out ourselves".