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Cirrity Attains Trusted Provider Status With MSPAlliance

December 13, 2013
Cirrity Attains Trusted Provider Status With MSPAlliance

ATLANTA, GA–(Marketwired – Dec 13, 2013) – Cirrity, the secure and compliant cloud services provider, has been named an MSPAlliance® Trusted Provider in recognition of the company’s commitment to ensuring quality of service and reliability. Cirrity is a channel-only cloud services provider that helps its partners transform their business and drive increased profitability with cloud-based solutions that deliver recurring revenue, opportunities for add-on services and strong competitive differentiators.
The MSPAlliance Trusted Provider Program is a quality assurance program and commitment from participating companies to:

  • Uphold industry standards as set forth by MSPAlliance Board and Committee Members
  • Adhere to our Code of Ethics and Consumer Bill of Rights (written by MSPAlliance Board Members to protect and uphold the integrity of the Managed Services and Cloud Industry)
  • Make a commitment to deliver stellar customer service

“Cirrity is pleased to be recognized by MSPAlliance, the world’s largest professional association and accrediting body for the managed services industry,” said Andrew Albrecht, Chief Operating Officer of Cirrity. “We are absolutely committed to meeting and exceeding the standards of the Trusted Provider Program.”
The Cirrity solutions platform was built to accelerate the market presence of managed services providers (MSPs), value-added resellers (VARs) and independent software vendors (ISVs) with a fully integrated, compliant cloud services offering. Cirrity helps its partners create a competitive differentiator for their business without the high cost of building their own cloud infrastructure.
The Cirrity Partner Program allows partners to co-brand or white label Cirrity services. With Cirrity, partners can protect and grow their profitability by expanding their service offering while providing a turnkey solution to customers.
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