Annual List Ranks North America’s Top 500 Technology Integrators
Falls Church, VA – Three Wire Systems, LLC today announced it has been recognized by UBM Channel as a part of CRN’s 2012 Solution Provider 500 list, which ranks the top technology integrators in North America. Formerly known as the “VAR 500,” the Solution Provider 500 ranks the highest producing solution provider organizations in the IT channel from hardware sales, software sales, and managed IT services. Three Wire placed 489 in the annual ranking.
The Solution Provider 500 ranking is based on revenue size, and considers each company’s forward-thinking approach to the channel. In particular, the Solution Provider 500 selection panel sought to recognize companies that are building out practices around the data center and virtualization while offering software integration and application development skills. Revenue size is determined by the amount of annual products and services sold over the course of 2011.
“Three Wire is thrilled to again be named to the CRN list of the nation’s top solution providers,” states CEO Dan Frank. “We provide our federal customers unparalleled innovation and are on the leading edge of virtualization, mobility, and data center solution sets. We are proud to be among those recognized in 2012.”
“The organizations listed in this year’s Solution Provider 500 list are today’s true integration innovators who generate high revenues by putting their customers’ needs first,” said Kelley Damore, Vice President and Editorial Director at UBM Channel. “Their primary role is to engineer ways to leverage technology solutions that help customers exceed their sales goals, drive client satisfaction, expand internationally or accelerate new product development. In essence, they are today’s IT integration leaders for middle market and enterprise customers. We congratulate Three Wire Systems for making this year’s list and look forward to covering their continued success.”
A sample of the SP500 list will be published in print and online at CRN.com on June 25, 2012.