Intronis, a SAS 70 certified online backup and recovery solution for IT service providers, today announced that two of its executives were named to the MSPmentor 250 list. The MSPmentor 250 recognizes top executives, experts, coaches, and entrepreneurs in the IT managed services channel.
Intronis CEO and President Sam Gutmann and Vice President of Channel Development Ted Roller were identified as key industry influencers.
“Intronis applauds all of the MSPmentor 250 members,” Gutmann said. “The depth and breadth of this list is an indication of the strength of the channel and its ability to adapt to a changing marketplace.”
“Our inclusion in the MSPmentor 250 is a testament to Intronis’ channel focus and dedication to helping IT solutions providers grow their businesses,” Roller said. “To be recognized alongside the most prominent names in the industry is a tremendous honor.”
The report is produced by MSPmentor.com, an IT media property owned and operated by Nine Lives Media, Inc. The editors select managed services leaders who are nominated by their peers. Selection is based on criteria such as company profits and growth, industry participation and recognition across the managed services SaaS, and cloud markets.
2010 marks the third annual edition of the MSPmentor 250 list.
Founded in 2003, Intronis is a SAS 70-certified online data backup and recovery solution for managed service providers. Intronis utilizes 256-bit AES security and multiple data centers located thousands of miles apart to ensure data protection and availability. Intronis offers managed service providers a secure data solution combined with a robust partner program, the convenience of online account management, and unbeatable customer support. www.intronis.com
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