FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Aug. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Centuric, a full service Cloud computing company that offers business solutions for a wide range of companies, from small businesses to large enterprises, today announced it has been recognized by UBM Channel as a member of CRN's second annual Next-Gen 250 list. The CRN Next-Gen 250 highlights up-and-coming VARs that have recently entered the market with a smart and different approach to solution selling and integration.
This Next-Gen 250 list is a snapshot of solution providers who are zeroing in on lucrative and emerging technologies, among them cloud computing, mobility, virtualization, unified communications, business analytics and business intelligence.
"Centuric is pleased to be selected for CRN's Next-Gen 250 list," said Richard Rodriguez, founding partner of Centuric. "This recognition validates the commitment we've made to our clients of providing them with innovative Cloud computing and other business services, as we continually strive to develop new creative solutions that address the demands of today's complex business environment."
"The channel is constantly evolving as existing models are being tested and new ones are created," said Kelley Damore, VP, Editorial Director, UBM Channel. "All the companies on this year's list have only been in business since 1999. Some have transformed their business to meet the demands of a changing market. Others didn't have the baggage of transitioning from hardware to services to recurring revenue and have been able to build a business on an entirely new model and leverage new technology platforms. Regardless of how they got here, we congratulate each company for making this year's list."
A sample of the Next-Gen 250 list is available online at www.CRN.com. The entire 2012 database will be published only in CRN's App for iPad, CRN Technology News. This exciting new app will provide subscribers with exclusive content and full access to CRN's premier Solution Provider lists. For more information, visit www.CRN.com/Tablet.