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Calligo ranked among top Managed Services Providers

Calligo ranked among top Managed Services Providers

Thursday 27 June 2019

Calligo ranked among top Managed Services Providers

Calligo has been named a top managed service provider (MSP) on a prestigious global ranking.

Featuring on the 12th annual Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings, Calligo was placed in the top 100 MSPs globally, coming in at 98th. The new position marks a rise of 219 places over the last two years.

It was the sixth highest ranked MSP in Canada and also the sixth highest in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa).

Commenting on the rankings, Julian Box, Founder and CEO of Calligo, said: “I’m honoured that Calligo has been named as one of the world’s top managed services providers. Our remarkable leap up the rankings validates our approach of supporting our clients’ data needs throughout the entire data lifecycle.

He added: "It’s highly rewarding to see our ethos, capabilities and the hard work and dedication of our teams recognised in such a prestigious international ranking.” 

“The 2019 MSP 501 winners are the most elite, innovative and strategic IT service providers on the planet, and they stand as a model of excellence in the industry," added Kris Blackmon, Content Director of Channel Partners and Channel Futures and lead of the MSP 501 program.

Pictured top: Julian Box, Founder and CEO of Calligo.

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