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Continuum will Serve as Exclusive MSP for CMIT Solutions Worldwide Franchises

Based in Texas, CMIT Solutions announced Continuum as the exclusive managed services software and services provider for its more than 135 franchises nationwide. The arrangement enables CMIT franchisees to more efficiently and cost-effectively deliver comprehensive IT management, protection and support services that meet all the technology needs of their small-to-mid-sized business (SMB) customers. IT service providers who adopt Continuum’s fully integrated platform can achieve unprecedented gross margins in their managed services business, which is not possible using alternative software-only solutions.

“CMIT has grown to become one of the largest IT services companies in the nation by consistently providing industry-leading technology solutions to the markets we have chosen to serve,” Jeff Connally, president and CEO of CMIT Solutions, said in a media statement released this morning by Continuum. “Our decision to standardize on Continuum’s managed services platform reflects our confidence in their commitment to continue to deliver the powerful software, and high-quality services and programs our franchisees need to build their businesses.”

“We are thrilled that CMIT franchises will now be leveraging our entire managed services offering,” added Michael George, CEO of Continuum. “Utilizing both our remote monitoring and management, and business continuity solutions enables CMIT franchisees to provide complete IT management and protection from a single, SaaS-based platform that is tightly integrated with our industry-leading network operation center.

For more information on franchising, and how it can benefit today’s MSPs and VARs, download the latest issue of SMB Nation magazine, which includes a Special Report on this topic by Chip Reaves, the former global CEO of Computer Troubleshooters.

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Monday, 23 October 2017