Time to celebrate yet another channel-focused award from CRN for Involta, CRN’s 2023 MSP 500 List! The hybrid IT, cloud computing, and data center services company proudly announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Involta to its Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the Elite 150 category for 2023. This recognition marks the fourth consecutive time Involta has been named to the MSP 500, CRN’s annual list identifying industry-leading service providers in North America.
The annual MSP 500 list is divided into three sections: the MSP Pioneer 250, the MSP Elite 150, and the Managed Security 100 recognizing MSPs focused primarily on off-premises and cloud-based security services. Driving a new wave of growth and innovation for the channel through forward-thinking approaches to managed services, MSP 500 honorees, including Involta, help end users increase efficiency and simplify IT solutions while maximizing their return on investment. For CRN’s 2023 MSP 500 list, visit www.crn.com/msp500.
Involta: A Prestigious CRN 2023 MSP 500 Honoree
As a prestigious MSP 500 Elite 150 honoree, Involta has been recognized as a large data center-focused MSP with an extensive managed services portfolio, including on-premises and off-premises capabilities, weighted toward enterprise customers.
“Our channel focus continues to proliferate while demonstrating how critical managed services are to enterprises,” said Michelle Moran, Senior Vice President of Sales, Product and Marketing at Involta. “In today’s ever-changing market, organizations need to integrate the most advanced technologies and approaches not only to keep a competitive edge but to continue meeting business goals and innovating. That’s what our team delivers, and this acknowledgment reflects their unmatched dedication to the channel and our clients’ success. Thank you to CRN for this esteemed recognition.”
More on the Explosive MSP Sector and the MSP 500
With no signs of slowing down in sight, the MSP sector is growing at a rapid clip. In fact, since the onset of the pandemic in 2020, organizations have turned to MSPs for cloud-based managed services to enable virtual environments. And while many have returned to the office post-COVID, the value that MSPs present is critical, especially when it comes to Digital Transformation. So much so that Precedence Research is predicting that global spending for MSP services will reach $349.3 billion this year and $757.1 billion by 2030 – a 12.6 percent CAGR.
“Managed services offer a path for businesses of all sizes to remain efficient and flexible as they grow,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “The solution providers on our 2023 MSP 500 list are bringing innovative managed services portfolios to market, helping their customers win by doing more with the IT budgets they have and freeing up resources to focus on mission-critical activities to drive future success.”
To learn more about Involta, visit involta.com.