Air IT has announced that it has been ranked one of the best MSPs both in the UK and worldwide, according to the prestigious 2021 Channel Futures MSP 501 rankings.
Organised by Channel Futures, the MSP 501 is the world’s first, largest and most comprehensive survey and ranking list in the IT channel, celebrating Managed Service Providers (MSPs) across the globe. For the past 15 years, Channel Futures have carried out an in-depth analysis to examine organisational performance based on sales and revenue, growth, innovation and technology solutions.
It has been a particularly busy year for Air IT, responding to the challenges of the pandemic, helping the majority of their clients transition to remote work and making six acquisitions in as many months. Their new ranking on the MSP 501 list demonstrates the progress they have made in the industry.
Air IT’s entry detailed both their organic and acquisitive growth under the leadership of CEO John Whitty. There was also a focus on the innovation they have demonstrated over the past year, bringing new solutions to market in response to the onset of remote work and investing in their specialist Cyber Security and Business Intelligence divisions.
John Whitty, CEO of Air IT, said:
“We’re so happy to have been recognised by Channel Futures once again for the progress we are making in the technology industry and the high standard of service we are providing as an MSP. Over the past year, the team have worked incredibly hard to adapt to the challenges of remote working and provide innovative solutions to help our customers work more effectively.
We have now broken into the top 100 MSPs worldwide and the top 3 in the UK, a huge accomplishment that is testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire team.”
Robert DeMarzo, Vice President of Content at Channel Futures, said:
The 2021 Channel Futures MSP 501 winners are the highest-performing and most innovative IT providers in the industry today. They stand head and shoulders above the competition. Coordinated by Channel Futures MSP 501 editor Allison Francis, this year’s list was clearly one of the best ever on record.”