Partners that apply to the MSP 501/NextGen 101 by May 15 can win valuable business consultations.
Applicants to the MSP 501/NextGen 101 have some powerful incentives to get their applications in early this year. So powerful, we thought, that we got a few of our high-profile consultants involved.
Thanks to the global coronavirus pandemic, businesses worldwide are having to rethink the way they run their organizations. The channel is no exception. What are the new strategic imperatives in a COVID-19 world? What KPIs should partners be measuring? How can they leverage digital platforms to create lasting customer relationships?
Several high-profile industry consultants have donated time to the MSP 501/NextGen 101 community to walk some lucky partners through those questions and more. Partners that apply prior to May 15, 2020 will be entered to win one of the following prizes:
Now more than ever, it’s important for partners to be able to accurately gauge their operational maturity. Channel Partners and Channel Futures are grateful to these industry leaders for volunteering their time and expertise to help partners in this time of upheaval.
The partners that earn a spot on the MSP 501/NextGen 101 are the best of the best. Judging criteria will involve the diversity of their revenue streams, customer churn, revenue per employee and profit margins. Winners will be recognized at the 501er Awards Gala on Sept. 9 at Channel Partners Expo in Las Vegas.
So send in your application to the 501/101 by May 15, and you just might get some valuable free advice from some of the greatest minds in the channel.
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