Secure Designs Ranked Among Top 501 Managed Service Providers by Penton Technology’s MSPmentor
Secure Designs, Inc. (SDI) ranks among the world’s most progressive 501 Managed Service Providers (MSPs), according to Penton Technology’s Ninth annual MSP 501 list and study. The top MSP 501 companies ranked this year include organizations from around the world and from diverse technology and business backgrounds.
The top Small Business MSPs’ list, comprised of organizations with 10 or fewer employees
The top vertical markets pursued by MSP 501 companies
The leading tools they leverage to run their businesses
And the top technologies they provide to customers
“Our philosophy and strategy of creating "value Innovations" in managed security services encompasses all departments and functions in our company. It enables us to pursue ever-higher performance levels. The end result of all this are leaps in value for our customers,” said Larry Cecchini, President and CEO at SDI. “Serving the emerging and future needs of the small to mid-sized organizations demands agile thinking on the technical as well as business side, and most of all, operational excellence. This is a challenge that our team continues to meet and exceed on a daily basis. I am very pleased that SDI has once again been ranked among the distinguished list of MSP 501 companies.”
“On behalf of Penton and MSPmentor, I would like to congratulate SDI for its recognition as an MSP 501 honoree," said Aldrin Brown, Editor in Chief, MSPmentor. “The managed service provider market is evolving at a rapid pace and the companies showcased on the 2016 MSP 501 list represent the most agile, flexible and innovative organizations in the industry.”
The 2016 MSP 501 list is based on data collected by MSPmentor and its partner, Clarity Channel Advisors. Data was collected online from March through April 2016. The MSP 501 list recognizes top cloud service providers based on metrics including recurring revenue, growth and other factors. In addition to a ranking on the MSP 501 list, every company that participated in the study has been assigned a score reflecting its intrinsic value. The measure, known as the Total Service Provider (TSP) score, evaluates an MSP’s mix of revenue from various activities, including consulting, cloud, reselling and managed services.