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CodeBlue featured in global MSP survey

CodeBlue featured in global MSP survey

New Zealand-based IT services company featured in global MSPmentor Top 100 list

CodeBlue has just announced it is the first New Zealand-based IT services company to be ranked in the annual global MSPmentor Top 100 list of managed service providers (MSPs).

The report is based on the results of an online survey and recognises top MSPs around the world in a range of metrics, including managed services revenue growth, revenue per employee and customer devices managed.

"(CodeBlue) is a company that focuses squarely on the managed services market, messaging around familiar themes like proactive IT service. The 78-person company saw recurring revenues and top-line revenues each grow 25 percent in 2011," says the report.

According to the company's managing director Ken Davis, the report uses a "balanced scorecard". “We’re pleased to make the list,” says Davis. “Our value proposition around providing highly sophisticated cloud and traditional managed IT services for a fixed monthly price has resulted in strong national growth for CodeBlue. The MSPmentors Top 100 listing shows that we are managing that growth in a balanced way as measured against the top performing MSPs around the world.”


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