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Naverisk CEO makes top 250 MSPmentor list

Naverisk CEO makes top 250 MSPmentor list

Managed services software vendor Naverisk’s founder Jon Kalaugher has been included in the 2010 MSPmentor Top 250 report. The report, which is published by US-based Nine Lives Media, identifies the world’s top managed service provider executives, entrepreneurs and experts.

Past local winners have included Business Online who were included in the top 100 list in 2008.

Kalugher was selected based on criteria such as company growth, industry participation and contribution to the ongoing development of the managed services, SaaS, and Cloud markets.

Kalaugher says the acknowledgement further solidifies Naverisk’s position as a leader in the managed services industry.

“It’s an exciting and challenging time as utility computing models such as managed services and Cloud computing take hold. It’s very fulfilling to be able to help our IT provider partner’s effect positive change in their businesses through Naverisk”.


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