Accent Computer Solutions Name an N-able Technologies Super Elite MSP

By Rory Lidstone

Accent Computer Solutions, a major IT service and support provider in Southern California, was recently named a Super Elite Managed Service Provider by N-able Technologies, a global provider of complete IT management and automation solutions for MSPs.

This designation puts Accent among the global IT channel's most influential and top-performing MSP partners.

N-able first unveiled its list of 49 Super Elite MSP members toward the end of 2012 at its Global Partner Summit.

Being recognized as a Super Elite is acknowledgement of Accent's success as an MSP, its focus on customer satisfaction as well as its continued leadership among its peers and the IT vendor community. The selection process for Super Elite status includes a range of criteria such as the company's overall size and service model, consecutive growth and profitability, number of IT devices proactively being managed using N-central, productivity of its engineers, and its ability to deliver exceptional business value to its customers.

N-able's Super Elite MSP leadership group aims to bring together the world's upper echelon of MSPs in order to engage in business and technical discussions about industry topics, trends and challenges, while serving as a formal advisory council to N-able.

"We're focused on helping small and midsize businesses get better results from their information technology, and our relationship with partners like N-able has improved our ability to do so. We are honored to be recognized as a Super Elite Managed Service Provider and to play a contributing role in advancing the managed IT services industry," said Marty Kaufman, president of Accent Computer Solutions, in a statement. "By participating in these valuable discussions and building stronger ties with other well-established IT business leaders, we will help grow the industry and ensure that our customers continue to receive unbeatable IT services and business support."

In mid-January, Accent was also named to the SMB 500 list, which celebrates the top 500 fastest-growing Ingram Micro U.S. channel partners classified as SMBs. Accent was ranked number 394 by managing to grow its business with Ingram Micro by more than 79 percent between June 2009 and June 2012.


Edited by Braden Becker

Contributing Writer

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