What makes you and your company different? Is it your people? Is it how much you care about your customers? Is it all the training you have and industry certifications? Is it the solutions you offer?
As you might know, we’ve dedicated many pages to educating readers on the value of a managed services model. While the benefits can be great, there also can be some significant hurdles to clear before you sail off into the sunset. Many established MSPs have stories about adopting certain aspects of the model, while ignoring other aspects. This can delay or stifle your success on this model and potentially poison people into thinking that the model isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
The SMB market is huge, technology has never been better, and budgets are there for the taking.
Each year, we give you this guide with one purpose in mind: to educate you on the latest trends in the most lucrative verticals out there, while providing a handy partner program reference to some of the leading vendors in the market today. Why this combination?
This VAR’s decisions to sell new IT solutions to its existing hospitality clients and expand into a new market were critical to its projected 10% revenue growth this year.
This MSP made four changes to its business model, which led to an almost immediate 600 percent improvement in profitability plus double-digit revenue growth.
This cloud computing and application hosting services provider lands a unique project with a healthcare client that has a multimillion-dollar IT budget.
This MSP turned to professional coaching to improve its business and realized 30% revenue growth last year as a result.
This VAR’s ability to overcome video surveillance price objections and implementation obstacles is leading to big wins in the hospitality and distribution spaces and 60% projected revenue growth.
Cash Register Sales & Service achieves perennial double-digit growth on traditional POS sales, with a few new twists, including video surveillance and recurring revenue.