CRITICALSTART Named to CRN’s 2020 Solution Provider 500 List
CRITICALSTART, a leading provider of Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services, announced that CRN a brand of The Channel Company, has named CRITICALSTART to its 2020 Solution Provider 500 list. Each year, CRN releases its list of top 500 solution providers, a ranking of the leading IT channel partner organizations across North America by revenue. CRN’s Solution Provider 500 list serves as the industry’s benchmark for recognizing the top-performing technology integrators, strategic service providers, and IT consultants, and as a valuable resource for technology vendors looking to partner with top solution providers.
With evolving cyberattack methods and legacy models of accepting risk, enterprise organizations are left exposed to breaches at significant risk. Every alert needs to be resolved. CRITICALSTART‘s MDR solution solves this problem by resolving every alert to stop breaches, leaving nothing to chance.
We offer our MDR service through our nationwide network of channel partners. By expanding our role as trusted advisor, we’re able to deliver solutions that fill a critical vulnerability left by the shortage of headcount, alert overload and limited security resources.
“Being named to CRN’s 2020 Solution Provider 500 List symbolizes a year of growth and achievement at CRITICALSTART, and this success is due to the dedication and commitment of our employees to deliver excellent service to our customers,” said Rob Davis, CEO at CRITICALSTART.
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“CRN’s Solution Provider 500 list showcases the top IT channel partner organizations across North America,” said Bob Skelley, CEO of The Channel Company. “This year, companies on this list represent a combined revenue of $393 billion, a data point that underscores the impact and influence these solution providers have on the IT industry. On behalf of The Channel Company, I’d like to congratulate these companies for their outstanding contributions to the growth and success of our industry.”
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