Herndon, Va. (PRWEB) February 19, 2015
Clearpath Solutions Group today announced it has earned recognition on The Channel Company’s 2015 CRN Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list as one of the MSP Elite 150. This annual list distinguishes the top technology providers and consultants in North America whose leading approach to managed services enables their customers to improve operational efficiencies, elicit greater value from their IT investments, and successfully leverage technology to achieve greater competitive advantage.
In today’s world of outsourced IT, the expertise of MSPs has become increasingly important to organizations. The plethora of choices in terms of consumption and procurement of technology can become overwhelming. To help facilitate companies’ selection and adoption of managed services and providers, CRN, the leading media outlet for technology vendors and solution providers who serve end-user customers, has identified the top 500 MSPs.
Clearpath Solutions Group is a technology integrator focused on business applications and the infrastructure supporting them whether on-premises, in the cloud, or increasingly, both. Clearpath’s success is attributed to their partnership approach with such industry heavyweights like VMware, EMC, Cisco and Amazon Web Services, as well as their dedicated investment and continued growth in their professional services practice. Leveraging elite engineering expertise and technology partnerships, Clearpath specializes in data storage, virtualization, disaster recovery systems and public/private cloud integration.
“We’re honored to be named to the CRN Managed Service Provider 500 List,” said Gary Vaughan, President and Co-Founder of Clearpath Solutions Group. “This recognition signifies our increased focus on providing holistic data center consultancy services. As an organization, we pride ourselves on maintaining an agile approach to solve our customers IT issues. I’m very proud of our team and the proven methodology we’ve built through the years to get us to the point we’re at today.”
“The allure of Everything-as-a-Service to organizations is largely rooted in the appeal of predictable operational expenses, cost-cutting, resource allocation and access to on-demand/pay-as-you-go technology. Therein lies a great need for the expertise of managed service providers,” said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. “We congratulate the managed service providers who have engineered, or re-engineered, their businesses to deliver the services their customers rely on for future growth and ongoing success.”