Managed 24/7 has joined an elite list of less than 100 UK-owned technology SMEs that represent the most innovative and progressive in the country. The accolade comes after partaking in the TechMarketView Little British Battler day, in association with MXC Capital, on Thursday 21 April 2016.
Highly regarded in the industry, the popular TechMarketView LBB day recognises companies with annual revenues of up to £25 million that are ‘punching above their weight’ in their respective tech disciplines. Managed 24/7 was one of just 12 UK companies selected in light of this year’s theme: ‘Surfing the Waves of Disruption.’
John Pepper, CEO and Founder of Managed 24/7, presented in closed session to expert technology analysts from TechMarketView, a leading UK source of tech market research, and senior partners from London’s technology merchant bank, MXC Capital. In return, sought after and insightful feedback was given on the company’s plans and propositions.
“The role of IT in business is changing; already it is predicted that nearly 6.4 billion connected "things" will be in use this year alone. To prevent the true extent of this change from taking businesses by surprise, Managed 24/7 is pushing the boundaries of IT and telecommunications managed services to guarantee its customers 100 per cent IT uptime,” comments John.
“To achieve this, we have launched the IT industry’s first Predictive Management Centre. Utilising a unique combination of monitoring technologies, business intelligence and analytics, Managed 24/7 can identify potential weaknesses within a business IT network, and put in place remedial action well in advance of them causing issues to network users.”
John concludes: “To be enlisted as a Little British Battler is not only a great commendation of these efforts and innovations, it’s an invaluable resource of expert advice to ensure we continue making waves in the market for years to come.”
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