MSP Expo is a key piece of the ITEXPO #TECHSUPERSHOW. This collection of events provides the forum where technology decisions are made to produce better business outcomes - for tech buyers, MSPs/resellers, service providers and solutions providers alike.
We invite you to meet with members of our team at MSP Expo to find out more about Apptium, and how we help MSPs better address their customer needs by providing a streamlined customer 360 view across providers and product lines, from purchase and provisioning to inventory management, cost management, and reporting. Visit us in the Expo Hall at Meeting Room #11 or schedule a meeting at https://calendly.com/apptium_events/30min?month=2023-02
Also be sure to catch our speaking sessions:
Best Practices for Multi-Cloud Consumption & SaaS Billing
Wednesday, February 15, 2023 | 11:15-11:45AM Lydia Bode, Product Manager
MSP’s see the significant market opportunity in multi-cloud and SaaS services, but delivering IaaS/SaaS managed services at scale can be daunting in today’s environment. As customer needs -- from multi-cloud to security -- and consumption billing -- from provider changes to pricing strategies -- become increasingly complex, it can be difficult for MSP’s to ensure revenue growth and manage back office costs. This session will focus on tangible best practices for managing pricing strategies and billing with recommendations for MSP’s at various stages of their cloud and SaaS managed services journey.
What do MSPs Want from Their Vendors?
Thursday, February 16, 2023 | 1:00-1:45PM Binish Patel, VP & Head of Solution Services
As MSPs continue to expand their solutions portfolios, they have options. For any new service they are looking to add to increase value to their customers, there are many vendors from which to choose. The question is, how do MSPs make those decisions? This discussion looks at what MSPs are looking for from their vendors. What do vendors do well? Where do opportunities exist to better support MSPs? What kinds of vendor relationships are most desirable and revenue-producing?