Attendees to Receive Valuable Data Comprised of Operational Metrics, Financials, Technical, KPIs, Forecasting, Growth Strategies and Benchmarking Analytics
Chapel Hill, NC – July 19, 2018 – The International Association of Cloud & Managed Service Providers (MSPAlliance®) Has announced the MSPWorld® Peer Group and Data Analytics Summit. The Summit is a revolutionary new concept for the managed services executive in that it is accessible only by Managed Service Providers (MSPs), all of whom will be required to share financial and operational data with their peers and receive valuable reports on that shared data. All data will be held in a confidential manner and scrubbed of identifiable information. The MSPWorld Peer Summit will allow managed services professionals to enter an environment where they can collaborate, share ideas, and listen to others. The express purpose of this event is to promote collaboration, shared solutions to MSP problems, and provide useful analytics to MSP operators.
All attendees will receive:
- A Peer Group Executive Summary Report
- Onsite Data Analysis
- Valuable data
- Custom Corporate Valuation Report
- Participation in Peer Review Panels
- Access to 10 High-level, Executive Round Table Discussions
“This peer group concept is the first of its kind in that we are gathering never before analyzed data from hundreds of mature MSPs from across the globe and analyzing their data in near real-time, said Charles Weaver, CEO of MSPAlliance. “The data will be scrubbed of all identifiable data and compiled in reports that will touch on Operational, Financial, Technical, Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and comparative analysis data. This is such a win for the managed services industry, and we are extremely excited to be able to bring a level of insight to MSPs that before now, has not been available.”
The MSPWorld Peer Group and Data Analytics Summit takes place October 4 – 5, 2018 at the Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV.
MSPAlliance® is a global industry association and accrediting body for the Cyber Security, Cloud Computing and Managed Services Provider (MSP) industry. Established in 2000, with the objective of improving the global managed service provider profession, today the MSPAlliance has more than 30,000 cloud computing and manage service provider corporate members across the globe and works in a collaborative effort to assist its members, along with foreign and domestic governments, on creating standards, setting policies and establishing best practices. For more information, visit www.mspalliance.com/