ConnectWise Wins Award at XChange Americas - XCellence in Partner Growth

Aug 27, 2010, 15:42 ET from ConnectWise

TAMPA, Fla., Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- ConnectWise, developer of the leading business operating system designed exclusively for IT service providers, VARs and MSPs, announced it won a prestigious XChange XCellence award at Everything Channel's XChange Americas event, which just concluded in Dallas, Texas. ConnectWise was nominated in three categories, and won the XChange XCellence In Partner Growth award.



XChange Americas awards were voted on by 300+ attendees to honor the latest and greatest opportunities in the solution provider community.

"We have seen a period of impressive partner growth as more and more IT companies take advantage of the value of ConnectWise to drive their operational efficiency and profitability along with increased customer service," said ConnectWise CEO Arnie Bellini. "Everything Channel's XChange community is at the heart of the IT service industry, so this recognition means a great deal to us."

XChange Americas is Everything Channel's biggest event of the year, and drew more than 250 US/Canadian and 50 Latin America Solution Providers for face-to-face meetings with top technology vendors and journalists. For more information please see

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Designed exclusively for the IT Channel, ConnectWise is the leading business operating system for IT service providers, MSPs, technology consultants, integrators, and developers. Today more than 41,000 IT professionals rely on ConnectWise to achieve greater accountability, operational efficiency and profitability. ConnectWise fully integrates CRM, sales, help desk tickets, projects, managed services, SLAs, dispatching, time and expenses to streamline IT companies. Over the last 28 years, ConnectWise has become a standard in the IT industry with over 300 API integration partners. For more information please visit or call 800-671-6898.


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