Wednesday, September 30, 2020

East Midlands based IT services ranked in top 70 of Managed Service providers globally

East Midlands based IT Managed Services Provider, Infuse Technology, have been ranked amongst the world’s elite in the 2020 Channel Futures SMB Hot 101 list which champions the world best-in-class when it comes to global Managed Service Providers. 

Applicants from across the world completed a comprehensive application to be in with a chance of making the shortlisting.  

Awarded to Infuse using a “unique methodology that considers growth, long-term health and operational efficiency” the 13-strong team are one of the few organisations outside of the USA and Canda to make the coveted list, coming in at 68th position. 

Equipped with over 20 years’ experience and an accredited Microsoft Gold Competency Partner, Infuse Technology provide businesses with a holistic range of tech services, including cloud solutions, IT strategy and support, and IT Compliance to help their clients flourish and excel. 

In recent years, the team have expanded their service offering considerably, particularly in the IT security services sector, continuing to deliver a range of bespoke solutions to clients operating in an increasing number of industries throughout the UK. 

Managing Director of Infuse Technology, Paul Howard comments “We are thrilled to be ranked amongst the world’s best – it’s an amazing achievement and is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and the support of our brilliant clients.” 

“In the last 5 years, we have consistently achieved a significant hike in growth, which we believe is down to our friendly, honest and helpful approach to IT support, as well as the range and quality of services that we provide.” 

“We look forward to maintaining the high levels of expertise and service that we’ve become synonymous with and equipping our clients with the ability to use technology to propel their businesses.” 

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