ENCINO, CA – February 22, 2016 - FPA Technology Services, Inc. (FPA), the preeminent IT Service Provider in the greater Los Angeles area, is proud to announce today that it has been named to CRN’s 2016 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list as one of the MSP Pioneer 250 companies. The annual list recognizes the top technology providers and consultants in North America whose cutting-edge approach to managed services puts end-user customers in the best position to improve efficiencies, cut costs and speed time to market for their own products and services.
In today's world of computing power, end users are barraged by options. CRN, the leading media outlet for vendors and solution providers attempting to understand sales and service channels, selected the top MSPs in order to bring clarity to the decision-making process.
This year, CRN’s MSP500 is broken down into three groups highlighting the MSP Elite 150, who are large data center-focused solution providers with a strong mix of on-premise professional services as well as off-premise services; the MSP Pioneer 250, who have a business model heavily weighted toward managed services focused on the small- and midsize-business market; and the MSP Hosting Service Provider 100, who own and operate their own data centers, providing a wide array of subscription-based outsourced services.
“Once again, it’s an honor to appear on CRN’s MSP 500 list dedicated to showcasing the top performing Managed Services Providers across the country,” said Craig Pollack, Founder & CEO of FPA. “Recognition like this only confirms our approach that focusing on our clients’ needs and developing long term relationships as their trusted advisor is the best way to deliver success for our clients as well as to ensure our continued success.”
“The allure of Everything-as-a-Service to organizations is largely rooted in the appeal of predictable operational expenses, cost-cutting, resource allocation and access to on-demand/pay-as-you-go technology. Therein lies a great need for the expertise of managed service providers,” said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. “We congratulate the managed service providers who have engineered, or re-engineered, their businesses to deliver the services their customers rely on for future growth and ongoing success.”
Coverage of the MSP500 will be featured in the February issue of CRN, and online at www.CRN.com.