MSPmentor 100: Fandotech Plans Mobile, Security Expansion

Should managed services providers (MSPs) expand to new horizontal markets in 2013? If so, which offerings should MSPs deliver, and which should they expand? Fandotech General Manager John Boyd (pictured) says that Fandotech will expand its mobile support and security offerings.

Fandotech, a Connecticut-based company on the MSPmentor 100 list, plans to adjust priorities in 2013 by focusing on the company's growth of brand, as well as its expanding of mobile and security support. "[We will focus on] growth of brand in leverage new sales distribution," says Boyd, "and we will expand mobile support and security."

Over the past year, Fandotech has evolved by acquiring assets. "[We have] acquired Critical Cyber Security assets for Smart Grid, Nuclear Power, and SCADA protection." The company has also increased its security posture for data center services, and increased its "backup/recovery and business continuity." Fandotech also offers cloud, backup and recovery, project deployment, and hosting and security.

Fandotech employs 130 people, managing desktops and mobile devices, as well as 1,200 servers. Core vendor partners include: Industrial Defender, Kaseya, Cisco, HP, and SonicWall. The company primarily targets companies in the U.S. and Canada.

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