May 12, 2015
Xantrion Inc. has landed on Nine Lives Media Inc.’s fourth-annual MSPmentor 100, a distinguished list and research report identifying the world’s top 100 managed service providers (MSPs). This year’s MSPmentor 100 report includes MSPs from North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Australia.
"We are excited to have made the MSPmentor 100 a second time," said Anne Bisagno, President, Xantrion Inc. "This year’s ranking is especially gratifying since the list is global."
The MSPmentor 100 report is based on data from MSPmentor’s global online survey, conducted October-December 2010. The MSPmentor 100 report recognizes top managed service providers based on a range of metrics, including annual managed services revenue growth, revenue per employee and customer devices managed.
"Nine Lives Media Inc. and MSPmentor congratulate Xantrion for earning this distinguished honor," said Amy Katz, CEO of Nine Lives Media Inc. "The annual MSPmentor 100 survey attracts participants from across the globe. Qualifying for the final MSPmentor 100 list is a great accomplishment."
"We continue to see accelerating momentum for the world’s top MSPs," added Joe Panettieri, editorial director of MSPmentor. "The top 100 MSPs generated more than $1 billion in recurring revenues for 2010, up 27 percent from 2009. That’s remarkable growth considering the challenging global economic landscape in 2010."
MSPmentor, produced by Nine Lives Media Inc., is the ultimate guide to managed services. MSPmentor features the industry’s top-ranked blog, research, Webcasts and FastChat videos. It is the number one online media destination for managed service providers in the world.
Xantrion delivers outsourced IT services to small and midsized companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company's consultative approach, 24/7 help desk, fixed fees, and 99.95% average system availability make it a dependable partner for both one-time projects and ongoing IT support, with a portfolio of services ranging from computer network design to cloud computing services.