Rehmann’s Trivalent Group Ranked Among Top 100 Global MSPs

Rehmann’s Trivalent Group Ranked Among Top 100 Global MSPs

GRANDVILLE – Trivalent Group – recently acquired by Rehmann – ranks among the world’s 501 most strategic and innovative managed service providers, according to Channel Futures 11th-annual MSP 501 Worldwide Company Rankings – the eighth consecutive year that Trivalent Group has been in the top 100 global MSPs.

The MSP 501 is the first, largest and most comprehensive ranking of managed service providers worldwide. This year Channel Futures received a record number of submissions. Applications poured in from Europe, Asia, South America and beyond.

“Trivalent Group has allowed Rehmann to bring more core business solutions under one roof, allowing us to better serve our clients and help them reach their business goals,” said Randy Rupp, CEO of Rehmann. “Recognition from MSP 501 Worldwide Company Rankings underscores the versatility and expertise Trivalent brings to the table.” 

As it has for the last three years, Channel Futures teamed with Clarity Channel Advisors to evaluate these progressive and forward-leaning companies. MSPs were ranked according to our unique methodology, which recognizes that not all revenue streams are created equal. The organization weighted revenue figures according to how well the applicant’s business strategy anticipates trends in the fast-evolving channel ecosystem.

The MSP 501 winners and award recipients will be recognized at a special ceremony at Channel Partners Evolution, held this year October 9-12 in Philadelphia, as well as in the Fall issue of Channel Partners Magazine.

The complete 2018 MSP 501 list is available at Channel Futures.

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