As your company may have found out by now, there are no local Nampa colocation services for businesses from the area to depend on. But that doesn’t make colocation any less important. Companies without it are forced to settle for subpar results and that’s never a good thing—especially in this economy. There’s no need to worry, though, as QuoteColo can help. For over 15 years, our company has built a reputation on aiding businesses like yours find the colocation providers they need to improve their business. When you work with QuoteColo, you’ll enjoy many benefits, including:
Custom Advice—we’re here to help you find the Nampa colocation services that will work best for your company. That doesn’t mean throwing a list of every option in Idaho though. Our process begins by hearing you out and learning about your company’s needs. We can even recommend some options or clarify any points that may confuse you. Only then do we go to work to provide you with a custom list of providers that can meet your needs.
Loads of Information—it’s not just a list of names though. We give you all the information you need, from the services they provide to how much it will cost you.
100% Free—speaking of which, did we mention that working with QuoteColo doesn’t cost you a thing? That’s right. Our services are absolutely free.
QuoteColo can recommend a number of Nampa colocation providers. Just a few examples—located in Boise—include:
- 2223 W Airport Way, Boise 83702
- 1450 Eagle Flight Way, Boise 83709
- 199 N Capitol Blvd, Boise 83702
Nampa started out back in the 1880s after the Oregon Short Line Railroad built a line that extended out from Granger, Wyoming to the city of Huntington in Oregon. This passed right through Nampa, causing its population to increase exponentially in a short period of time. As most of the new residents were strongly religious, Nampa was first called “New Jerusalem” by settlers who preferred that over its actual name.
Although Nampa is still a small town of about 80,000, it’s seeing an increase in population once again. Its economy is supported mostly by the local government and a number of retailers that include Best Buy, Target, Old Navy, and other popular options. That’s enough demand for colocation options in Idaho to stay busy.