Each year, manufacturers spend billions of dollars into creating Co-op/MDF opportunities for channel partners. Disturbingly, however, nearly half of incentive fund opportunities go unused. This is a significant amount of money.
Join Dana Willmer, Principal at CloudSpeed, for a deep dive into the economic and financial aspects of reselling the cloud. Learn why the cloud matters to the business owner and what the best practices are for transitioning your business model to the cloud. MSP MasterClass is presented by SherWeb, Microsoft and CompTia.
Join Dana Willmer, Principal at CloudSpeed, as he explains why MSPs must have industry-specific solutions to sell to their customers. Learn how to build packaged offers and monetize your workflows. MSP MasterClass is presented by SherWeb, Microsoft and CompTia.
When you’re a small business owner, your ability to adapt to the marketplace dictates whether you’ll sink or swim. You have to meet demand without losing too much money or biting off more than you can chew. Maybe that’s why so many small business owners resist adopting new technologies – especially if their business is running just fine (for now).
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No matter how well-run the business, every managed service provider (MSP) can take steps to go from good to great.
We compare the certifications, pricing structures, and support of 10 business continuity solutions.