Top Managed Services Providers Grew Revenues 28% in 2011

Top Managed Services Providers Grew Revenues 28% in 2011

MSPmentor 100 companies, representing the world's top managed services providers, grew their recurring annual revenues to $1.04 billion in 2011, up 28 percent from 2010. Here's a preliminary look at our fifth-annual MSPmentor 100 survey results.

First, a little background: We'll unveil the complete MSPmentor 100 global list on February 15 during a webcast. At that time, we'll also unveil regional lists for North America, EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) and AANZ (Asia, Australia, New Zealand). And, for the first time, we'll offer a glimpse at up-and-coming MSPs in Central and South America.

Among the preliminary data points worth noting...

1. For the MSPmentor 100 Global List:  The top 100 MSPs managed 2.70 million desktops and mobile devices as of the close of 2011, up from 1.79 million desktops and mobile devices in 2010. But here's the wild part: Two of the 100 companies are managing 1.8 million of those desktops. Big players are growing fast but we'll also zero in on small MSPs as part of our report.

2. For the top 250 MSPs in North America: Combined annual recurring revenues topped $1.07 billion in 2011 -- up 32 percent from 2010. The number of desktop and mobile devices under management topped 4.2 million in 2011, up from 3.1 million in 2010.

3. For the top 50 MSPs in EMEA: Combined annual recurring revenues were US$191 million in 2011 -- up 53 percent from 2010. The number of desktop and mobile devices under management topped 164,000, up 41 percent from 2010.

4. For the top 25 MSPs in AANZ: Combined annual recurring revenues were US$102 million -- up 44 percent from 2010. The number of desktop and mobile devices under management was 137,679, up 37 percent from 2010.

But who are the MSPmentor 100 companies? And what about regional honorees from North America, EMEA and AANZ? We'll share all the details February 15 on our special MSPmentor 100 webcast.

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