Involta ranked on Channel Futures list for third time

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Involta, a Cedar Rapids-based hybrid IT, cloud computing and data center services company, has been named one of the world’s premier managed service providers on the 2023 Channel Futures MSP 501 list, ranking in the top 25% of qualifying companies at No. 116.

This is the third time Involta has earned a spot on the list, passing a rigorous review by the research team and editors of Channel Futures, ranking applicants using a methodology that weighs:

  • Financial performance, according to long-term health and viability
  • Commitment to recurring revenue
  • Operational efficiency

“It’s an honor to be included on the influential Channel Futures 2023 MSP 501 list for a third time. This designation exemplifies our team’s dedication to the channel and commitment to transform our clients’ worlds through cutting-edge technology,” said Jim Buie, president and CEO of Involta, in a news release.

This year’s list is one of the most competitive in the survey’s history, consisting of a diverse group of innovative organizations in public and private sectors, providing services and technology offerings in the areas of cloud, security, collaboration and hybrid work forces.

“The 2023 Channel Futures MSP 501 winners persevered through challenging times to become the highest-performing and most innovative IT providers in the industry today,” said Jeff O’Heir, Channel Futures Senior News Editor and MSP 501 Project Manager. “The MSP 501 ranking doesn’t award MSPs solely on their size and revenue. It acknowledges the business acumen, best practices and trusted advice they deliver to customers every day.”

Involta and other winners will be recognized on the Channel Futures website and honored during the Channel Futures Leadership Summit, Oct. 30-Nov. 2, in Miami, Florida.