MSP Today Expert Feature
May 09, 2017

Freelance MSP Joins MSPAlliance


MSPAlliance is a powerful and influential global network of IT professionals with over 30,000 corporate members worldwide. It is the oldest Managed Services group and the only Accrediting and Standards based body created specifically for the Managed Services industry. Therefore, not only is it relevant, but it’s incredibly important to and is the voice of the industry.

MSPAlliance works in a collaborative effort with service providers, technology enabling vendors, governmental bodies and other industry associations to further the acceptance of the managed services and cloud industry to the business consumer.

Today, MSPAlliance recruited another member to its cause. Freelance MSP just announced that it will be joining the group, with Lewis Hancock, Freelance MSP Owner/Operator, saying, “We are happy to be a member of MSPAlliance and look forward to working with them to ensure that our customers receive only the best of care to our customers…We will be working closely with them to make certain that only the highest integrity and services are provided.”

Freelance MSP’s motto aligns closely with the goals of MSPAlliance, so this joining of forces should come as no surprise. Much like MSPAlliance, Freelance MSP is devoted to offering only the best services and products, and strives to go above and beyond what’s expected of those in the managed services and cloud profession.

Naturally, MSPAlliance is sure to benefit from having another member in its ranks. However, Freelance MSP is all set to make out pretty well from the deal, considering that member companies are able to achieve MSP and Cloud Certifications such as SSAE 16 Audits. Members ultimately achieve certification through the MSPAlliance MSP/Cloud Verify Program.

“We are delighted to have Freelance MSP as a member of our global association,” said Celia Weaver, MSPAlliance president. “By upholding the MSPAlliance Managed Service Provider’s Code of Ethics, Freelance MSP will work with MSPAlliance, as well as their industry peers, to help ensure the integrity of the managed services and cloud profession.”




Edited by Maurice Nagle




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