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5 Channel Partner & MSP Market News Updates: 28 June 2023

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Happy Humpday! Here are five technology news updates, insights, chatter, and plenty more to start your day on June 28, 2023.

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B. Today’s Technology and MSP Partner Program News

  1. Software Services Market Projected To Grow: The global software services market is projected to grow from $1.5 billion in 2022 to $1.6 billion in 2023, at a CAGR of 8.6%, according to a new report from The Business Research Company. The market has been affected by the Russia-Ukraine war, leading to economic sanctions, commodity price surges, supply chain disruptions, and inflation across various sectors, the authors said. Automation of business processes and technological advancements are key factors driving the growth of the software services market, with companies focusing on developing new technologies to strengthen their market position.
  2. Coalfire, Carahsoft, and Google Public Sector Team Up: Cybersecurity firm Coalfire, IT solutions provider Carahsoft Technology Corp., and Google Public Sector have partnered to create public sector opportunities for customers on Google Cloud. The group will start by expediting the FedRAMP Authority to Operate (ATO) certification process – a standardized framework designed to assess the security of cloud service providers (CSPs) that offer services to the U.S. federal government. The collaboration aims to help clients achieve FedRAMP compliance more quickly and affordably, enabling them to enter new federal markets and drive digital transformation in the public sector, the companies said.
  1. Subex Partners with inwi: Telecom analytics solution provider Subex has secured a five-year contract with inwi, a major telecom operator in Morocco, to transform their Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management system to Subex's HyperSense Business Assurance and Fraud Management, with Managed Services support. This partnership will enable inwi to enhance its revenue protection and fraud prevention capabilities using Subex's advanced AI/ML technology, the companies said.
  2. Censinet and Pointcore Partner to Strengthen Healthcare Cybersecurity and Risk Management: Censinet and Pointcore have formed a strategic partnership to enhance cybersecurity across Pointcore's customer base and help provider organizations better manage and mitigate cyber risk. As part of the collaboration, Censinet's Censinet RiskOps solution will be integrated into Pointcore's suite of consulting and managed services, enabling continuous third-party risk mitigation and faster risk assessment completion, the company said.
  3. NTT DATA Named Leader in Healthcare Payer Operational Transformation by NelsonHall Evaluation: NTT DATA has been recognized as a Leader in NelsonHall's 2023 NEAT vendor evaluation for Healthcare Payer Operational Transformation. The evaluation assessed vendors based on their ability to deliver immediate benefits and meet future technology requirements in areas such as care management, claims, member services, and provider services. NTT DATA was ranked as a Leader in overall healthcare payer operational transformation, as well as in specific market segments for member services and care management, highlighting their advanced analytics capabilities and digital transformation strategies, the company announced.

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