Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are Offering Higher-level Services | Trend Watch

Carolyn April, senior director of industry analysis at CompTIA, shares data from the 2021 Trends in Managed Services survey that highlights the higher-level consulting and solution selling services that MSPs are now offering.

In this video, you’ll learn:
1) Why MSPs need to add higher-level offerings to their portfolio.
2) How MSPs can become trusted partners to their customers through services that support strategic and longer-term business planning.
3) Different types of higher-level services that are successful with customers.

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