More and more sectors are shifting to cloud management services as a response to the call of the times. Cloud adoption continuously increases across industries as a result of the current global health situation. Hence, boosting the demands for Cloud Service Providers. Those in the managed service providers (MSP) niche are on the right track for remarkable business opportunities.

Why The Need For Cloud Management Services?

There is a predicted rise in the demands for “Cloud Managed Services” for a number of reasons. One of the factors for this trend is the current situation in the world resulting in a digital paradigm shift. Most businesses and organizations have started virtual offices or work-at-home settings for employees. This shift called for digitization and cloud management services.

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  • Learn what a Nurture Campaign is and why it is necessary for the overall process of MQL conversion.
  • Explore the different methods/tools to increase sales efficiency as well as revenue growth using MQL.
  • What the Rule of 7 is and its relevance in converting hand raises to sales and profits.
  • Discover what top sponsors do to successfully use the MQL.

The MSP landscape is an evolving but definitely growing sector, which promises a lucrative future for key players. Managed service providers and IT vendors are indispensable partners in this industry. Sponsors have numerous resources at their disposal particularly market qualified leads. Your main goal, for instance, is MQL conversion to sales.

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IT Managed Services Company

With high demands and a bright future, an IT managed services company is in no-doubt a secure and promising industry. In 2019, the MSP market growth is confirmed with estimated revenues of more than $193 billion. The same fiscal year also showed a 30%-50% growth in the percentage of companies that hire MSPs.

This figure only goes to show the volume of demands for service providers in this particular niche. In line with this, there is also the continuous growth of MSPs, making the industry even more competitive. However, it is important to note that this growth only shows the macro numbers. Individual MSPs grow quite variably depending on how good your company is.

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Managed Services Company

A managed services company is an outsourced or third-party business that covers IT management, monitoring, and maintenance. This type of work is a diverse and complex one with the technological evolutions and ever-changing business demands. It is a relevant business that is not going anywhere especially with the dawn of the computer and the Age of the Internet.

With the relevance and significance of managed services, more and more service providers joined the industry. Thus, it is now a competitive and somewhat saturated niche, making it more challenging to get to the top. So, how exactly do you become successful as a managed services company? What do top service providers have in common? Can you become one of the big guys in the industry today?

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Converting Hand-Raises to Partners

The MSP ecosystem is a promising yet overly competitive one thus, sponsors need market qualified leads (MQL). On top of MQLs, one of the top priorities of sponsors is converting hand-raises to partners. How do you use this valuable asset and maximize its full potentials to your advantage?

  • Learn what the common complaints of sponsors regarding market qualified leads are and what solutions are available.
  • Define a Drip Campaign in terms of converting hand raises to sales, which is the second part of MQL conversion.
  • Detail on the different tools and strategies of steady processes for conveying/dripping your message to prospects.

Here’s the complete article to this part 2 blog article of ForzaDash hand raises.

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Joe Pannone

30 Year MSP veteran. CEO and Founder of Forza technology Solutions, ForzaDash and CWDash.