Regardless of what sector you operate in, industry accolades are always a reliable measure to separate market leaders and innovators from the rest of the pack. For managed service providers, no award holds as much esteem as being selected for Channel Futures's MSP 501 list.
Inclusion in this exclusive group automatically places an IT service provider among the very best in the business, which is why TEKConn is extremely proud of our ongoing MSP 501 streak. No matter how many times TEKConn is named to this prestigious list, the thrill of being recognized for our excellent work in this space never dampens. We're proud to announce that this marks the seventh straight year that TEKConn has been included in the MSP 501.
"This marks the seventh straight year that TEKConn has been included."
Making the MSP 501 cut
It's always an honor to be recognized for excellence by Channel Futures, but this year was particularly special. The organization received more submissions in 2018 than ever before, making the selection process all the more difficult. Companies really had to step up their game this year to make the MSP 501, and only the very best managed service providers were able to do so.
"This year's applicant pool was the largest and most diverse in the history of the survey, and our winners represent the health and progressivity of the managed services market," says Kris Blackmon, Channel Futures content director and editor of the MSP 501. "They're growing their revenue, expanding their customer influence and exploring new technology that will propel them for years to come."
Some of the criteria used to select the winners include their ability to navigate the ever-changing world of IT managed services and continue developing innovative solutions that provide true business value for their clientele.
All in all, we here at TEKConn are extremely honored by our inclusion in this year's iteration of the revered MSP 501 list. We promise to continue providing the same high-quality IT managed services we've built our reputation on and hopefully push that streak to eight years in 2019.