Select Technology Ranked Among World's Best 101 SMB Managed Service Providers Annual SMB Hot 101 Identifies Best-in-Class Global MSP Businesses & Leading Trends in Small and Midsize Managed Service
Annual SMB Hot 101 Identifies Best-in-Class Global MSP Businesses & Leading Trends in Small and Midsize Managed Service Market
Select Technology Systems Ltd, Kent’s leading Managed Service Provider has been named as one of the world’s best SMB managed service providers on the new annual Channel Futures SMB Hot 101 rankings for 2020.
Applicants completed an exhaustive survey and application reporting product offerings, annual total and recurring revenues, profits, revenue mix, growth opportunities and company and customer demographic information. Winners were ranked on a unique methodology that weights revenue figures according to how long-term health and viability; commitment to recurring revenue; and operational efficiency.
Channel Futures are pleased to name Select Technology Systems Ltd to the 2020 SMB Hot 101.
“It’s an honour to be included in the new 2020 SMB Hot 101 Rankings, the level of commitment to our customers and the hard work by everyone in our team has helped us to continue to improve and provide better service to our clients.” said Nick Potter, Director at Select Technology.
In the 13 years since its inception, the MSP 501 has evolved from a competitive ranking list into a vibrant group of service providers, vendors, distributors, consultants and industry analysts working together to define the growing managed service opportunity.
“We here at Channel Partners and Channel Futures believe that entrepreneurship is the backbone to the economy, and that the SMB is the lifeblood of the IT channel,” says Kris Blackmon, Senior Content Director at Channel Partners and Channel Futures. “We have worked for over a year to create a program that recognizes those small-but-mighty MSPs that keep our industry strong, healthy and growing, and I am thrilled at the quality of the partner businesses reflected in this inaugural list.”