The Top 25 IT Managed Services CEOs of 2021

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The IT Services Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 IT Managed Services CEOs of 2021

The IT Services Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 IT Managed Services CEOs of 2021. These CEOs and the firms they lead provide businesses across industries with the most advanced and reliable technology solutions on an on-going basis. They come from varied backgrounds; some have a long-standing experience in IT managed services that began early in their career, others found their way to their current position through a less traditional path. One thing unifies these executives, and that’s their commitment to their customers. Offering services spanning overall IT management, workflow improvement, remote monitoring, cloud migration, help desk support, and more, these leaders have maintained a dedication to innovation, pioneering processes so they can continually bring value to their clients.

Moreover, each of these executives has demonstrated a unique ability to lead an organization through constant change in the ever-evolving technology and business environments, and many have leveraged their years of experience whether from their current firm or prior business ventures to forge a more promising path to the future. Notably, many of this year’s awardees have also spearheaded charitable initiatives within and outside their companies, further demonstrating the strong drive within the IT services industry to support the communities they operate in. Please join us in recognizing the achievements of The Top 25 IT Managed Services CEOs of 2021.

Pete Butler (MS Companies), Dan Cooper (Novatech, Inc.), Paul Lidsky (Core BTS), Thomas Flesch (Gordon Flesch Company), Ryan Denehy (Electric), Nolan Schoo (CompuNet, Inc.), Sug Sahadevan (Testhouse), James Olson (Les Olson Company), Lewie Dunsworth (Nuspire), Eric Reisberg (BlueAlly), Michael Burke (MTA), Simon Anderson (Mission), Don Carlile (Adams Remco, Inc.), Sean Charnock (Faction, Inc.), Lyf Wildenberg (Mytech Partners), Greg Gatzke (ZAG Technical Services), Andres Ruzo (LinkAmerica), Todd Eaton (Visual Edge IT), Kent Schimke (DRN ReadiTech), Sandeep Allam (STLogics RADcube), Roger Veach (Axia Technology Partners), Jaydeep Ruparelia (Infopercept Consulting), John Kampas (EMPIST), Brett Helgeson (Adopt Technologies), and Gary Thomas (Leap Managed IT).

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