Eurodata was one of only six UK companies to make the Top 100 and the only MSP based in London.
Des Lekerman, joint managing director and co-founder of Eurodata Systems, said: “It comes as a great honour that our business strategy has been validated by the industry, reaffirms our position in the market and also underlines the effectiveness of the business strategy we have pursued, including ongoing investment in our central London Technology Management Centre and service desk facility.”
To qualify for the Top 100, Eurodata was assessed alongside 1,000 companies around the world based on a varied criteria, including the number of devices managed.
Duncan Vinten, administrator director at SBJ Global Risks Limited, said: “We are delighted with our relationship with Eurodata and it comes as no surprise for them to achieve this honour.
“They have significantly improved the stability and availability of our IT systems. Because of Eurodata, we have a better idea of how IT serves our business.”
The VAR also claimed its profits have been boosted by 21.5 per cent due to the rising demand for managed IT services.
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