Online Tech has announced that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Online Tech to its 2016 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list in the Hosting Service Provider 100 category. This annual list recognizes North American solution providers with cutting-edge approaches to delivering managed services.

RN's MSP 500 list shines a light on the most forward-thinking and innovative of these key organizations. The list is divided into three categories: the MSP Pioneer 250, recognizing companies with business models weighted toward managed services and largely focused on the SMB market; the MSP Elite 150, recognizing large, data center-focused MSPs with a strong mix of on-premise and off-premise services; and the MSP Hosting Service Provider 100, recognizing MSPs focused primarily on off-premise, cloud-based services.

"Online Tech is honored to be recognized again in CRN's Hosting Service Provider 100 list," said Yan Ness, CEO of Online Tech. "This award recognizes our intense effort to deliver an exceptional experience for our clients. We used our HIPAA/PCI/SSAE16 compliant Fortune-500 class infrastructure of 5 data centers; virtual/physical private clouds; managed security and DR services in one 'page of glass', to relieve our clients of cumbersome 7x24 IT work. It's not so easy to make such complex infrastructure so simple. So, we're thrilled to get recognition by such a respected publication in our space."

"MSPs meet a critical need in the IT market, providing customized, turnkey services that allow for predictable operational expenses, effective control of expenditures, precise allocation of limited resources and convenient access to on-demand and pay-as-you-go technology. We congratulate the service providers of the MSP 500, who continually reinvent themselves to successfully meet their customers' changing needs, helping businesses get the most out of their IT investments and sharpen their competitive edge." 


This article was originally posted “Online Tech Recognized For Excellence In Managed IT Services” from Cloud Strategy Magazine.