GalaxyVisions provides managed web hosting through a variety of hosting plans, including single and multiple server colocation, enterprise managed dedicated servers and virtual private servers.
Develops, markets and supports digital electronic health record software and related services for the healthcare industry.
Security Card Services
A bank only merchant provider that offers organic merchant growth and customer retention services. Works with community banks, credit unions and retailers to offer them payment processing services and equipment.
Electrical Systems and Instrumentation
Provides electrical construction and maintenance and process control and instrumentation services for the oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, power, and food and beverage industries. Provides construction and maintenance services on an hourly or lump sum basis.
Provides domain registration and hosting for websites.
Web hosting company GoDaddy first made a splash more than 10 years ago with racy Super Bowl ads, and founder Bob Parsons says the controversial commercials helped make GoDaddy a household name. (Parsons himself rarely shies away from controversy, famously shooting an elephant.) But it was customer service--done over the phone, and not on the internet--that really helped the company grow. "We felt that when they have problems, people would rather talk to another person," Parsons told Inc. But since GoDaddy launched in 2007, the internet landscape has changed drastically--and the company has more competitors than ever before, such as WordPress and Squarespace. To keep customers from ditching GoDaddy's services in favor of those offered by newer businesses, the company continues to tout its emphasis on customer service. Note: employee count as of Dec. 31, 2015