Stramaglio Consulting announced that ConnectWise has joined The Consortium, a think tank for the Imaging Channel, consisting of a group of industry leaders that aims to help the channel grow and thrive. The Consortium’s focus is to help improve business agility for the channel and workplaces through the channel.
Born out of a single software solution designed to help MSPs gain control of their help desk and billing, ConnectWise has grown into a robust platform of software built for technology solutions providers (TSPs) to run their entire as-a-service business. As a new member of the business agility solution group, ConnectWise is expected to collaborate with other industry experts in The Consortium to deliver solutions that meet the channel needs for digital transformation.
“It is my great pleasure to join The Consortium,” says John Schweizer, VP, Channel Sales at ConnectWise. “Earlier this year, I witnessed The Consortium did a wonderful job to put together the Executive Connection Summit where we had benefits to meet lots of great industry leaders and spent informative, productive and fun time together. I am excited to become a part of such a group with strong commitment for the industry success and I am sure ConnectWise can add our unique value to help the group and the industry. ”
The Consortium is assembled by Mike Stramaglio, President and CEO of Stramaglio Consulting, in order to establish an open collaborative platform that enables the Imaging Channel to embrace and lead Digital Transformation (DX).
“I am pleased and honored that ConnectWise decided to join The Consortium,” says Mike Stramaglio. “ConnectWise, arguably, is a proven leader and provider of the robust software platform that helps the industry streamline operations and increase IT services sales. I am confident ConnectWise will play a significant role as one of the leading solution providers as well as a thought leader who actively works with other members and initiates new ways to increase business agility for the industry and our dealers, connecting technology and humanity.”
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