Should you be a member of MSPAlliance?
Simply stated, if you are not involved with MSPAlliance, you should be and here’s why: MSPAlliance has grown to be the largest, most influential organization of its kind.
What makes us so powerful?
You. Our members. MSPAlliance has always been vendor/product-agnostic with no editorial agenda. Why is that important? Because we are beholden to no one, your charter is our charter, your cause is our cause and we are you. We believe in the power of truth and that there is strength in numbers and at MSPAlliance, we have both.
Members that have demonstrated (via a functioning website and corporate email address) that they are either an IT Provider or Technology Enabling Vendor (sign up here)
MSPAlliance offers its members extensive educational courses, world-wide networking opportunities, a vendor-agnostic environment in which to evaluate and choose best of breed technology solutions, soup to nuts consulting services to help you grow or expand your business, launch a start-up, or build an IT Channel program. Among other things, our members are offered:
Extensive educational courses in its Manage Service Institute
A world wide network of more than 30,000 manage service professional and technology enabling vendors
Vendor agnostic, MSP-designed Certifications for Manage Service and Cloud
Extensive world-wide networking opportunities: MSPWorld Conference and Expo, MSPAlliance Executive Networking Dinners and MSPAlliance Regional workshops and Seminars. Pick one, or come to them all. We're everywhere and anywhere.
Is membership for you? MSPAlliance offers membership for both Manage Service Providers
(MSPs) and Technology Enabling Vendors
MSPAlliance began as a grass-roots effort to lend a unified voice to the manage service industry. The founders pledged that, when the organization became large enough to fund itself, no membership dues would be charged – and that commitment continues today.
Instead of member fees, MSPAlliance is funded through its accreditations, certifications, events, leasing, financial services
and consulting offerings. That allows the association to remain a grass-roots vendor-agnostic group.