Axxys Technologies Named to the CRN MSP 500 Five Years in a Row

Feb 16, 2017 | Alerts, blog, Managed Services

CRN MSP500 iconAxxys Technologies has been placed on the Pioneer 250 category of CRN’s 2017 Managed Service Provider 500 (MSP500) List by The Channel Company and CRN. This is our fifth year in a row to receive this honor!

The MSP500 is an annual list that recognizes the top managed service providers in North America. There are three groups that make up this list:

The Elite 150

This category is comprised largely of traditional, enterprise-focused resellers that have a significant managed service offering

The Pioneer 250

This category is for those with a business model heavily weighted toward managed services of small and medium-sized businesses

The CRN All New Managed Security 100

This highlights MSSPs/resellers with a significant managed security practice

Axxys Technologies was chosen for the Pioneer 250 category because of our dedication to providing effective, innovative, and beneficial managed services to our clients that keeps them competitive.

If you’re curious to know which other organizations made it only the list, you can check out the full 2017 MSP500 List here.

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