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Top Managed Services Provider Recognition Goes to ITsavvy

February 19, 2021

ADDISON, Ill.—ITsavvy just announced that they were named to CRN’s MSP 500 list of the top managed services providers in North America. This is the seventh year since 2014 that ITsavvy has been included on the list. ITsavvy is in the MSP Elite 150 category, which recognizes large, data center-focused MSPs with a strong mix of on-premises and off-premises services.

This iconic list identifies solution providers that deliver operational efficiencies, IT system improvements and an exceptionally high rate of return on investment for their clients. Other factors included in the selection process were high quality client guidance and the development of leading-edge solutions for today’s complex IT issues.

ITsavvy President and COO Munu Gandhi said, “For seven years now, CRN has officially recognized the outstanding managed services and exceptional value we provide to our clients across the U.S. and beyond. Because we are widely known for outstanding client service, the fact that client guidance was a selection criterion was important to us.”

CRN is a brand of The Channel Company. “Effective MSPs enable companies to focus on their core objectives while improving the quality and reliability of their cloud computing capabilities,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “The solution providers on CRN’s 2021 MSP 500 list deserve recognition for their innovative and forward-thinking approaches to managed services, and the ability to optimize operational efficiencies and systems to maximize return on investments.”

The MSP 500 list will be featured in the February 2021 issue of CRN and online at www.crn.com/msp500.


“ITsavvy” is a Registered Trademark of B2B Industries LLC. All other company and product names may be trademarks of respective companies with which they are associated.



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