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SMBTN Partners with Virtual Administrator September 3, 2009

Posted by Jim Locke in Partners.
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VALogoThe SMB Technology Network™  is excited to announce the selection of Virtual Administrator as a preferred Master MSP.  SMBTN has long been committed to providing increasing value to its membership through education, collaboration and member networking. The addition of the Virtual Administrator suite of services, along with their clearly demonstrated commitment to be the most effective on-ramp to the MSP market, will provide SMBTN members with additional ammunition to equip themselves for success in the emerging Managed Services arena. Through its partnership with Virtual Administrator, SMBTN members will have access to the following opportunities:

  • Access to Virtual Administrator’s MSP toolkit which includes Hosted Kaseya, Hosted SonicWALL GMS, Intronis Backup, SpamSoap filtering and archiving, and the Trusted Advisor business coaching program
  • Access to all Virtual Administrator partner benefits including preferred rates on box.net and other services
  • SMBTN specific webinars focused on being successful in selling and marketing managed services provided by Virtual Administrator

“The SMBTN mission and ours go hand-in-hand, so it was a natural fit for us to extend our service matrix to the SMBTN membership. We’re very excited,” says Paul Barnett, Director of Marketing for Virtual Administrator. “SMBTN has long been committed to increasing the value of our membership,” said Jim Locke, President of the SMB Technology Network™. “Our selection of Virtual Administrator enhances that value instantly, even in areas where we already have strength. For instance, the addition of the Virtual Administrator Hosted SonicWALL GMS platform will augment our already solid presence in the SonicWALL market.”

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1. Jim Locke - September 3, 2009
2. John Rubino - September 4, 2009

What klind of discounts will SMBTN members get from Virtual Administrators?

Jim Locke - September 15, 2009

Should have more details at SMB Nation! In the meantime, give us a call and we’ll see what we can put together for you, John.

3. jim sterling - September 7, 2009

Jim,
This looks to be a very good fit for SMBTN members. I am looking forward to more information for the members. What is the best way to get that information and how do they sign up?

Thanks!
Jim Sterling

4. Michael the ACT Dude. - September 7, 2009

i’m using them. they are fine.


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