In Editorial

MEDIA RELEASE Sydney Australia – May 2016

9th annual MSP 501 ranks Enablis as one of the World’s Most Progressive MSPs in Information Technology for fifth consecutive year. 

Sydney, Australia – May 2015 –Strong performance and organic revenue growth ensures Enablis’ leading position in World’s Top Managed Service Providers.

Australian managed service provider, Enablis, named on Penton Technology’s ninth-annual MSPmentor 501 Global Edition, a distinguished list and report identifying the world’s top 501 managed service providers (MSPs). Enablis ranked 89th in the world. The complete 501 list is currently available on the MSPmentor website.

The 2016 MSP 501 list is based on data collected by MSPmentor and its partner, Clarity Channel Advisors. Data was collected online from March through April 2016. The MSP 501 list recognizes top service providers based on metrics including recurring revenue, growth and other factors.

Jon Evans, CEO of Enablis says, “Making the MSPMentor 501 list demonstrates our commitment to delivering best practice with strong service levels across our customer base.

“Our focus is to simplify communications for highly distributed organisations. Our comUnity platform has been developed to address the specific needs of this sector.”

“Awards like the MSPmentor 501 demonstrate our capabilities, skills and our solution.  By listening to our customers, we develop bespoke solutions that transform their business and drive strategic goals.

By delivering leading-edge communications technology as a managed service, we help our customers gain a competitive advantage. There is no better feeling than seeing your own customers succeed.” said Evans.

“On behalf of Penton and MSPmentor, I would like to congratulate Enablis for its recognition as an MSP 501 honoree,” said Aldrin Brown, Editor in Chief, MSPmentor. “The managed service provider market is evolving at a rapid pace and the companies showcased on the 2016 MSP 501 list represent the most agile, flexible and innovative organizations in the industry.”

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