11th Annual MSP 501 Identifies World’s Most Forward-Thinking MSPs & Leading Trends in Managed Services
Baltimore, MD – June 28th, 2018 – Helion Automotive Technologies, the retail automotive industry’s leading Information Technology (IT) managed services provider (MSP), today announced it has been ranked # 65 out of 501 top managed services providers in the world according to the 2018 MSP 501 – Worldwide Company Rankings, up 4 spots from last year’s #69 ranking. The list is compiled annually by Channel Futures and is widely recognized as the IT industry’s most respected rankings.
The MSP 501 is the first, largest and most comprehensive ranking of managed service providers worldwide. This year Channel Futures received a record number of submissions. Applications poured in from Europe, Asia, South America and beyond.
As it has for the last three years, Channel Futures teamed with Clarity Channel Advisors to evaluate these progressive and forward-leaning companies. MSPs were ranked according to our unique methodology, which recognizes that not all revenue streams are created equal. They weighted revenue figures according to how well the applicant’s business strategy anticipates trends in the fast-evolving channel ecosystem.
“Being named one of the top MSPs in the world for the second year in a row is an honor, and truly demonstrates our commitment to delivering the best IT Managed Services to the automotive industry,” said Erik Nachbahr, Founder and President of Helion Automotive Technologies. “The automotive industry continues to be transformed by technology and our team is dedicated to bringing exceptional IT Support to our clients.”
Channel Futures is pleased to honor Helion AutOmotive Technologies
“This year’s applicant pool was the largest and most diverse in the history of the survey, and our winners represent the health and progressivity of the managed services market,” says Kris Blackmon, Channel Futures content director and editor of the MSP 501. “They’re growing their revenue, expanding their customer influence and exploring new technology that will propel them for years to come.”