The MSP 500 recognizes the top technology providers and consultants whose forward-thinking approach to providing managed services is changing the landscape of information technology.
The MSP 500 has three categories:
- Elite 150: The MSP Elite 150 have an extensive managed services portfolio, including on-premises and off-premises capabilities, weighted toward midmarket and enterprise customers.
- Pioneer 250: The MSP Pioneer 250 have largely built their business model around providing managed services to the SMB market.
- Security 100: The Managed Security 100 spotlights MSPs with cloud-based security services expertise.
Our Outlook for our Managed Services in 2023
We expect continued growth in our managed service (MS) revenue in 2023 as we expand our global MS channel partner program, which includes building out our channel and alliance sales organization and the launch of our new Partner Portal. This new program provides partners with deal registration, discounts and margins, on-demand training with certifications, top-notch collateral, and co-funded marketing activities and incentives – all focused solely on managed services.
We are equally well positioned to deliver rapid growth because of our full suite of cybersecurity capabilities. Our proprietary Cloud Native Analytics Platform (CNAP) enables us to integrate all telemetry from legacy mainframe to full-range cloud, SaaS, and XDR, at a massive scale with extreme reliability beyond what most SIEMs provide.
Our SOAR playbooks enrich alerts, delighting both our customers and our SOC analysts to easily see and understand what is happening in the context of the alert to make solid security decisions quickly. We also leverage SOAR playbooks to make common decisions we are confident do not require human interaction, which allows us to respond more quickly and scale to the highest possible alert volumes – this helps our partners provide their clients better security outcomes.
As enterprises increasingly rely on multiple security platforms, the need for focused companies such as Cyderes to manage those disparate, complex technologies and provide assurance becomes even greater. Security as a Service (SECaaS) is quickly becoming the desired outcome as cyber threats grow at unprecedented rates.