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MK IT company acknowledged in survey

Crownhill-based Mirus IT Solutions have been acclaimed as one of the world’s ‘most progressive’ Managed Service Providers following their inclusion in the 2009 – 2010 MSPmentor 100 survey carried out by Nine Lives Media.

The company received the recognition after being surveyed against managed services providers throughout the world, carried out between October and December 2009.  The criteria for the survey included things such as managed services revenue, percentage managed service revenue growth, numbers of devices managed, and comparing fiscal achievements in 2009 to 2008.

Paul Tomlinson, Managing Director of Mirus IT commented: “It is fantastic news that Mirus IT has been selected to join this elite group of global managed service providers.  It gives us a tremendous boost that our business model and the services we provide have received this type of validation.  I want to thank all of the Mirus team for the hard work that they put in each and every day to ensure that our clients receive the very best service. 

“We feel that our service is so different to that of many of our local competitors who still rely on old fashioned reactive support agreements, rather than proactively monitoring and managing their client’s networks.  Our top 100 ranking, and 10th in the UK, confirms our model really works!”

Mirus IT has been operating in Milton Keynes since 2002, providing local small to medium size organisations with the type of service that they could expect from an internal IT department.

As well as being named within the Top 100 providers, Mirus IT has also been recently nominated for the ‘Business of the Year’ by Milton Keynes Chamber of Commerce and ‘Service Provider of the Year’ by CRN magazine.

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