Network Outsource Named as Top Managed Service Provider

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Network Outsource has been named as a Top 100 MSP on Nine Lives Media’s MSPmentor 501 Global Edition, a distinguished list and report identifying the world’s top 501 managed service providers (MSPs). This is the sixth year that Network Outsource has earned a place on the renowned list.

“Being recognized as a top MSP on the MSPmentor 501 Global Edition is both an honor and a testament to the hard work of our employees, who are the core of our success,” said Adam Mahoney, CEO, Network Outsource. “Our team has developed a set of technology solutions that form the foundation for our long lasting and trust-based client relationships.”

The MSPmentor 501 report is based on data from MSPmentor’s global online survey, conducted October-December 2013. The MSPmentor 501 report recognizes top managed service providers based on a range of metrics, including annual managed services revenue growth, revenue per employee, managed services offered and customer devices managed.

“MSPmentor congratulates Network Outsource on this unique honor,” said Amy Katz, president of Nine Lives Media, a Penton business. “Qualifying for our MSPmentor 501 Global Edition puts Network Outsource in rare company.”
MSPs on this year’s global 501 list lifted their combined annual recurring revenues $2.61 billion, continuing seven straight years of strong growth. Together, those MSPs now manage more than 700,000 servers, according to Jessica Davis, managing editor, MSPmentor.


 

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