Continuum’s Top MSP Partners to Share Success Stories and Tips at Second Annual Users Conference – September 27-29, 2015 – Las Vegas
BOSTON – April 22, 2015 – Continuum®, the industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services solutions, has confirmed five of its high-performing MSP partners to speak at Navigate 2015 by Continuum, the company’s second annual user conference on Sunday, September 27 – Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at the Cosmopolitan™ of Las Vegas. Scott Spiro, CEO at Computer Solutions Group (CSG); Charles Love, Director of Service and Cloud Operations at Big Sur Technologies; Dan McCoy, President at Micro Enterprises and the founder of TechSubluxation.com; Chris Johnson, Technology Strategist at Untangled Solutions; and Jay Ryerse, VP of Business Development at Digitel Corporation, are all sharing success stories and tips with Navigate 2015 attendees.
Scott Spiro is speaking on managing technology for better business performance and success. He recently attributed his company’s 250 percent revenue growth to Continuum in a case study. A Technology Advisor based in Los Angeles, Scott is the author of the book, “The Business Owner's Essential Guide to IT & All Things Digital,” which recently landed him on the CBS Evening News, KTLA Channel 5 and in the Los Angeles Times. He was a finalist in the Robin Robins “Better Your Best” competition, in part to CSG adding $1 million in top line revenue in 2014.
Charles Love is speaking about the advantages of utilizing Continuum’s Network Operations Center and Help Desk to scale faster. Charles has been working in IT since 1997. He is very active in the managed service provider peer industry and is a frequently invited speaker at industry events. He was elected to CompTIA’s Managed Services Community Executive Council in January 2015.
Dan McCoy is moderating a partner panel centered on the powerful advantages of niching your IT services. Dan has been innovating and engineering technology “firsts” since 1993. He has been with Micro Enterprises for 16 years and recently founded TechSubluxation.com to eliminate the technology and computer problems facing chiropractic doctors and their offices. His business may be smaller but he is proving that committing 100 percent to a niche can be very profitable.
Chris Johnson is sharing best sales and marketing practices around creating customized service packages based on customer needs and specific verticals. Chris is the co-founder of Untangled Solutions, and its motto, “We untangle healthcare technology” has catapulted the company onto the go-to short list for healthcare providers across the U.S. With more than 15 years of experience in IT services and Web development, Chris specializes in helping medical practices with their IT needs.
Jay Ryerse is sharing his successes with Continuum’s marketing programs and strategies. In 2004, he founded JTECH Networks, acquired by Digitel in April 2014. With over 20 years of IT experience, he doubled the size of his MSP organization in each of the last five years. He is the author of the book, Technology 101 for Business Owners. Jay has earned many honors, including 2015 MSPmentor 250, Continuum’s Rookie of the Year in 2014 and Robin Robins’ Better Your Best runner up in 2013. He is also a finalist in the Robin Robins “Better Your Best” 2014 competition.
Navigate 2015 is a 3-day educational and training event for the industry’s top MSP partners and IT resellers led by the best and brightest business and channel leaders. In addition to offering product training on Continuum’s managed IT services solutions for SMB clients, unlike other user conferences, Navigate 2015 includes useful sessions on business strategies and economic models, sales and marketing, and service delivery optimization.
Navigate 2014 attracted more than 400 people to the 3-day sold out conference with a Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 71. The standard conference fee for Navigate 2015 is $599. To register or learn more about sponsorship and speaking opportunities, visit: http://www.continuum.net/navigate2015. For the latest conference updates, follow #nav15 on Twitter.