Do you enjoy working face-to-face with customers to grow your business?
In 2002, our CEO Ben Leavitt began a web hosting company. His desire was for mom-and-pop shops and non-profits to spend more time with customers. Entrepreneurs could outsource their technical headaches to Ben as he handled the hosting.
Three years later, Ben added another level of service. He could improve website speeds, security, and scalability by moving the servers from his basement into a data center. To strengthen the customization and technology, Ben partnered with Cedric Le Varlet. Together, the two set out to create a faster web hosting experience.
In 2015, Ben got serious by pivoting and renaming his company to Decibite. This added a level of professional service that clients enjoyed. To enhance the client onboarding experience, two years later Ben partnered with Jordan Sukenik.
On top of customizing your servers to guarantee 15% or faster hosting, Decibite’s team offers free server management. This includes free security services like malware removal, website recovery, and SSL certificates.
We recognize that paying for website security is like paying for insurance. No one wants to pay $50-$500 a month in premiums until you need it. So while our competitors charge anywhere from $392-$4,951/year for these services, we offer these services for free. That’s one less technical headache for you to worry about.
Decibite’s free server management allows you to invest more time growing your business. How? By reducing the technical headache of running an online business.
We’d love for you to join us to get faster web hosting. Not only as a client but as a friend.
Then in 2019, Ben made a bold move. We planted Decibite’s flag as the fastest web hosting startup for non-technical entrepreneurs. To back up this claim, we guarantee you will get at least 15% faster web hosting switching to Decibite. We do this by learning about your website needs, then customizing the servers to fit. If you don’t know your needs, Decibite’s team guides you through the process.
What do we bring to the table? Well, let us break it down for you.