Canadian Company Leads the Pack in the Top 100 Managed Service Providers Globally

In a recent report released by MSPmentor on the top 100 MSPs in the world, Calgary-based Long View Systems was ranked number one amongst its global peers. 

For the second consecutive year in a row, Long View landed at the top of the list as it expands its managed services business across Canada and the U.S.

“Long View has surged into its present position as a leader of the global MSP pack, and made serious inroads into a managed-services market that’s estimated to be worth more than $50 billion a year, thanks to its all-inclusive model that draws on the expertise of every industry leading Long View practice, including Storage, Virtualization, Server Infrastructure, Cloud Computing, and Network Services.” Led by CEO Don Bialik, Long View employs 903 people and managed roughly 35,000 customer systems, desktops, network infrastructure and other devices.

Other Managed service providers such as Compuvision from St. Albert, Alberta came in 51st, F12 Networks from Edmonton came in 65th, and Vancouver’s Fully Managed landed the 80th spot. The formation of the list is based on an index that calculates the overall managed services revenue, overall managed services revenue growth, percentage managed services revenue growth, managed services revenue per employee, number of devices managed, and other data points comparing fiscal 2011 to fiscal 2010.