IT Lab Ranked Top 2 in the UK and Top 50 Worldwide in MSPmentor's Guide to the Best Managed Services Providers

The Influential guiding body of managed services – MSPmentor, has released the results of its annual global survey of Managed Services Providers (MSPs).

In MSPmentor's special tenth anniversary year, IT Lab is recognised for the fifth consecutive time and is one of only two companies in the UK to reach the elite upper 50.

The highly anticipated list of the best MSPs in 2017 is the culmination of months of intensive analysis, research and data collection. A rigorous selection process measures the range and scale of solutions delivered together with key operational factors such as cyber security, capacity and business process.

Peter Sweetbaum, IT Lab’s CEO said:

“To rank in the top 10 percent of an impressive global line-up of IT companies is testament to our talented people, who place our customers’ needs front and centre stage around the clock.

"Our position at number 41, from a list of thousands of managed services providers, is evidence of our service obsession. Our dedicated teams in London, Manchester and internationally work immensely hard; service excellence and customer satisfaction are paramount.

"IT Lab’s place reassures those considering managed services that we are a trusted provider with the knowledge, resources and experience to support our clients’ success.”

Aldrin Brown, Editor in Chief, MSPmentor:

“On behalf of MSPmentor, I would like to congratulate IT Lab for its recognition as an MSP 501 honoree. The managed service provider market is evolving at a rapid pace and the companies showcased on the 2017 MSP 501 list represent the most agile, flexible and innovative organisations in the industry.”

The 2017 MSP 501 list is based on data collected by MSPmentor and its partner, Clarity Channel Advisors. Data was collected online from Feb. 16 through May 15, 2017. The MSP 501 list recognises top managed service providers based on metrics including recurring revenue, growth and other factors.




Written by Emily White