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SPK Wins 2020 Managed Service Provider Award

Published by Chris McHale
on October 1, 2020

We are thrilled to announce that SPK and Associates won the Channel Futures / Channel Partners 2020 Managed Service Provider (MSP) 501 Award for a second consecutive year! This prestigious award is widely viewed as the most comprehensive global survey of Information Technology managed service providers in the world.

At SPK and Associates, our team of engineering IT professionals provides a range of services tailored to each client. For example, we excel at programming automation and implementation strategies for increased efficiency. Moreover, our cloud-based solutions are accessible, secure, and primed for optimal product release cycles

“We are honored that Channel Futures recognized SPK and Associates for the second consecutive year,” remarked Christine McHale, CEO and Co-Founder of SPK. “As an Engineering Ops MSP that provides Engineering Technology services to product development and manufacturing organizations, we continue to work hard to contribute to the digital transformation of engineering organizations. We continually improve our technical depth and our understanding of the business of R&D.”

“The 2020 MSP 501 winners are the most elite, innovative and strategic IT service providers on the planet, and they stand as a model of excellence in the industry,” says Blackmon.  “Our heartfelt congratulations to the 2020 winners and gratitude to the thousands of MSPs that have contributed to the continuing growth and success of both the 501 and the thriving managed services sector.”

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