Join MSPmentor for Preliminary Results and Insights on the 2016 MSP 501

Join MSPmentor for Preliminary Results and Insights on the 2016 MSP 501

On April 12, MSPmentor's T.C. Doyle and Clarity Channel Advisor's Jim Lippie will discuss preliminary trends and findings on everyone's favorite study, the MSP 501.

Interested in the latest trends in the managed service provider (MSP) market? Wondering how some of you MSP peers are performing? Or even how your organization may rank among them?

If so, then check out our sister site's forthcoming webinar on everyone's favorite list of the leading and most innovative MSP companies, the MSPmentor 501.

MSPmentor is still collecting the final submissions for the 2016 MSP 501 (you can still apply as late as April 22 here) and will release its definitive findings in May. But already several important trends are emerging that MSPmentor just cannot wait to share. Think growth numbers, market insights and more.

On April 12th, join T.C. Doyle of MSPmentor, and Jim Lippie of Clarity Channel Advisors, Penton’s partner on the 2016 MSP 501 list and survey, as they discuss all the highlights. They’ll be coming live direct from the Ingram Micro 2016 Cloud Summit in Phoenix. In particular, they will focus on the following:

  • How MSPs that have already participated in this year’s survey are stack up against each other
  • Interesting trends from the survey thus far
  • New value-added benefits for every company that submits an entry, and
  • A new indexing system that will guide service providers into a prosperous future

T.C. and Jim will also field questions on how to participate and leverage big data to benchmark your MSP business. Don't delay: register here for the event on the 12th.

The response to this year’s MSPmentor 501 survey has been overwhelmingly positive, and there is still time to be part of the best list in the service provider industry. MSPmentor welcomes your participation.

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