NEW YORK, June 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Today, MSPmentor announced the 2017 edition of the MSPmentor 501, the information and communication technology (ICT) industry’s largest and most comprehensive ranking of leading managed services provider (MSP) organizations.
First unveiled in 2007, the 2017 edition of the MSPmentor 501 (MSP 501) has been optimized to be the most complete, accurate and forward-looking study available on the managed service provider (MSP) market. This year’s list and study examines the business models, technologies, vertical markets and customer segments that matter most to MSP companies.
The 2017 MSP 501 again leverages the new and improved ranking methodology, first unveiled in 2016. The improved ranking algorithm distinguishes the MSP 501 as the definitive benchmark by which MSP organizations are compared, year after year.
“The results of the 2017 MSP 501 reveal that the MSP market is growing, evolving and thriving,” said Aldrin Brown, Director of Content, MSPmentor. “Despite challenges, the talented individuals overseeing these organizations are monitoring and managing more devices, users and processes than ever before. They literally are keeping the digital lights on for millions of businesses worldwide.”
The 2017 MSP 501 companies reported combined revenue (based on 2016 sales) of $14.48 billion in total revenue (based on 2016 results), up more than 15 percent from a year earlier. Of that figure, $4.30 billion was recurring revenue, an increase of nearly 13 percent from $3.81 billion in 2015.
Companies on the 2017 MSP 501 reported 41,915 full-time employees (FTEs) on Dec. 31 of 2016, up nearly 12 percent from 37,487 at the end of 2015. On average, MSPs on the 2017 list generated $190,000 per employee.
The top five MSP 501 companies for 2017 are:
In addition to the complete MSP 501 list, MSPmentor plans to release additional rankings for key markets over the summer and fall of 2017. They include:
“Look for continuing coverage over the weeks and months ahead as we unearth telling trends and insights from the 2017 MSP list and survey,” said T.C. Doyle, Editorial Director, Penton Technology’sChannel Group.
For more information on the 2017 MSP 501, visit MSPmentor to find the complete list and accompanying stories on the survey.
Contact Kelly Danziger at Kelly.Danziger@penton.com for information about premium, Next Level reports with the most complete data and granular insights from the 2017 MSPmentor 501 survey.
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