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ChannelE2E Top 100 Vertical Market MSP List to be Unveiled

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Join ChannelE2E on Wednesday, June 28 at 2 pm ET as we unveil the Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs during a live webcast. Register for the webcast here.

Here are a few of the reasons why you won't want to miss this webcast:

  • You will be the first to find out where your company ranked this year, and how your peer companies ranked as well.
  • We’ll reveal the entire list from 1-100 during the webcast.
  • We’ll also reveal the top five MSPs in each of several vertical market categories including healthcare, financial services/banking, manufacturing, legal and more.
  • We’ll also provide a look at the key vendors that MSPs are leveraging to provide their managed services to end customers. We’ve noticed a trend here that will be of interest to MSPs as they consider their tech stacks going forward.
  • In addition, you’ll get a look at the top cybersecurity services offered by our Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs. It’s not a surprise, so here’s a spoiler – more MSPs are offering more cybersecurity services today than they were a year ago. We’ll provide the data during our webcast.

Why are Vertical Markets so Important for MSPs?

If your MSP specializes in a vertical market, you know how beneficial it can be. Vertical market specializations allow you to standardize your technology stack for that vertical market and focus your sales efforts for that market. Your team gains specialized knowledge, too, and that is also valuable to end customers.

So please join me on Wednesday, June 28 at 2 pm ET as I unveil the rankings and take you through what the research revealed this time and what it means for your business going forward.

Jessica C. Davis

Jessica C. Davis is editorial director of CyberRisk Alliance’s channel brands, MSSP Alert, MSSP Alert Live, and ChannelE2E. She has spent a career as a journalist and editor covering the intersection of business and technology including chips, software, the cloud, AI, and cybersecurity. She previously served as editor in chief of Channel Insider and later of MSP Mentor where she was one of the original editors running the MSP 501.