( PR4US.com | Press Release | 2018-07-16 18:01:12 )
Computer Resources of America (CRA) ranks among the world’s 501 most strategic and innovative managed service providers (MSPs), according to Channel Futures 11th-annual MSP 501 Worldwide Company 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, South America and beyond.
As it has been 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. We weighted revenue figures according to how well the applicant’s business strategy anticipates trends in the fast-evolving channel ecosystem.
“We have an exceptional team,” said Chico Ramnarayan, President and CEO of CRA. “The team is very disciplined in ITIL best practices and very skilled in mapping out and implementing service improvements.”
CRA’s team of professionals has been providing technology solutions to businesses for over 25 years. Our award-winning IT services and consulting are built around the needs that are specific to your business. Allow us to help develop an entire technology roadmap for your business while keeping you up to date with the latest technology trends. Visit our website at www.consultcra.com for more information on the services we provide and to get in contact with one of our experienced professionals.
Channel Futures is pleased to honor Computer Resources of America (CRA).
“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.”