We analyzed the business performance of more than 500 technology consulting firms and managed service providers worldwide. Only the 'best-of-the-best' landed on the MSPmentor 100.
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2008
Oakland, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2008: Xantrion, an industry leader in computer technical support operations, has landed on the MSPmentor 100, a distinguished list of the world's most progressive managed service providers.
"It's gratifying to have our dedication pay off," said Anne Bisagno, President of Xantrion. "Not only are our customers more satisfied with our service, the industry is recognizing our achievements."
The MSPmentor 100 recognizes managed service providers, integrators, consulting firms and VARs that leverage managed services to vastly improve customer service. Through managed services, solutions providers deliver proactive, 24x7 customer care to small, midsize and even large enterprises. The net result for customers is a dramatically improved IT infrastructure that speeds the flow of business.
"Qualifying for the MSPmentor 100 is an amazing accomplishment," said Joe Panettieri, editorial director of MSPmentor, published by Nine Lives Media Inc. "We analyzed the business performance of more than 500 technology consulting firms and managed service providers worldwide. Only the 'best-of-the-best' landed on the MSPmentor 100."
The complete MSPmentor 100 report, along with comprehensive coverage of the managed services market, can be found at http://www.mspmentor.net.
Xantrion - offering gold-certified Microsoft support - continues to revolutionize computer network support by providing systems that work, along with seasoned consultants at a fixed price. Xantrion allows growing businesses to do more with fewer resources and focus on what they do best.
MSPmentor, published by Nine Lives Media Inc., is the independent voice of managed service providers. It delivers news analysis, timely insights, and how-to information for managed service providers that are seeking to maximize their recurring revenue.