Enablis ranks among the world’s Top 100 cloud services providers (CSPs), according to Channel Futures seventh-annual Talkin’ Cloud (TC) 100 report.
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Enablis, a leading managed IT communications and cloud service provider, announced it ranks for the fifth consecutive year in the 2017 Talkin’ Cloud top 100 cloud services providers in the industry.
As the leading Australian company listed in the report, Enablis earned a global ranking of the 31st most progressive cloud service provider in the world.
Enablis’ success is underpinned by its steadfast commitment to helping clients achieve their goals, enabling transformation through technology.
“It’s great to be recognised as a leading provider for the fifth consecutive year. To take out the number one position in ANZ is a huge achievement – that wouldn’t be possible without the hard work and dedication of the entire Enablis team.
“We believe that cloud services play an important part in any organisation’s IT strategy and ensuring the IT strategy delivers on the required business outcomes is our customer promise,” said Jon Evans, CEO of Enablis.
Enablis’ innovative approach to ensure reliable, cloud connectivity has seen the development of key partnerships to optimise service delivery.
“We carefully select partners and solutions that meet the needs of each client, and our approach is very tailored. We have seen that no one size fits all and we believe this is a key reason for our continued success. Cloud and security services are becoming increasingly important to drive business success and we have done this for many highly distributed companies in this region making this award a wonderful confirmation of delivering value in our target sector.” said Jon.
Based on data from Channel Futures’ online survey, conducted between August to October 2017, the TC 100 list recognizes top cloud services providers (CSPs), including MSPs, hosting companies, cloud consultants and more. Rankings are based on annual cloud services revenue growth and input from Channel Futures editors.
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