Being named a top 20 MSP in the world for the second year in a row is validation of the value our managed solutions provide clients. The quality of our services combined with our global support infrastructure is unmatched within the hedge fund market.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) February 22, 2012
Eze Castle Integration, Inc., a leading provider of strategic IT solutions and private cloud services to investment management firms, today announced it has again been recognized by Nine Lives Media as one of the world’s top managed service providers (MSP). Named to the distinguished MSPmentor 100 list, Eze Castle ranked number 20 globally and number 16 in North America.
The MSPmentor 100 report is based on data from MSPmentor’s global online survey, and includes MSPs from North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Australia. The MSPmentor 100 report recognizes top managed service providers based on a range of metrics, including annual managed services revenue growth, managed services offered and worldwide client base.
“Eze Castle Integration is fully committed to delivering managed and cloud services that ensure our clients receive the best possible solutions for their businesses at competitive price points,” said Bob Guilbert, managing director, Eze Castle Integration. “Being named a top 20 MSP in the world for the second year in a row is validation of the value our managed solutions provide clients around the globe. The quality of our services combined with our global support infrastructure is unmatched within the hedge fund market.”
“MSPs on this year’s global 100 list lifted their annual recurring revenues 28 percent to $1.04 billion, an incredible showing considering the economic uncertainty all IT services providers faced,” said Joe Panettieri, editorial director of Nine Lives Media. “Those MSPs are now managing 2.7 million desktop and mobile devices for customers, an incredible jump of 50 percent from 2010.”
Eze Castle Integration supports more than 600 hedge funds around the world including more than 80 firms managing $1 billion or more in assets.