Iron Bow Named in MSP Elite 150 List for 2015; Rene LaVigne Comments

Rene LaVigne
Rene LaVigne

Iron Bow Technologies has been selected to a group of 150 “elite” managed service providers for 2015 in the annual CRN Managed Service Provider 500 list by The Channel Company.

The Channel Company said Thursday the list recognizes North American technology providers and consultants that worked to help customers achieve operational efficiencies, returns on IT investments and competitive advantage through managed services.

“It is an honor to be recognized by CRN year after year as one of the MSP Elite 150,” said Rene LaVigne, president and CEO of Iron Bow Technologies.

The company was also named among the MSP Elite 150 in the inaugural MSP500 list in 2014.

MSP500 also includes categories for the top 100 hosting providers and top 250 progressive service providers.

“We congratulate the managed service providers who have engineered, or re-engineered, their businesses to deliver the services their customers rely on for future growth and ongoing success,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company.

CRN will feature the MSP500 in its February 2015 issue.

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