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Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. Recognized for Forward-Thinking Approach to Meeting the Needs of Today's Businesses

Company Named One of the Top 250 IT Providers in North America

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/21/14 -- Accent Computer Solutions, Inc., a leading information technology support and managed IT services provider in Southern California, today announced it has been named to CRN's Managed Service Provider (MSP) 500 list as one of the MSP Pioneer 250. The annual list recognizes the top technology providers and consultants in North America whose cutting-edge approach to managed services puts end-user customers in the best position to improve efficiencies, cut costs, and speed time to market for their own products and services.

In today's world, business people are barraged by options. CRN, the leading media outlet for vendors and solution providers attempting to understand sales and service channels, selected the top MSPs in order to bring clarity to the decision-making process.

CRN's MSP500 is broken down into three groups highlighting the MSP Pioneer 250, who have a business model heavily weighted toward managed services focused on the small- and midsize-business market; the MSP Elite 150, who are large data center-focused solution providers with a strong mix of on-premise professional services as well as off-premise services; and the MSP Hosting Service Provider 100, who own and operate their own data centers, providing a wide array of subscription-based outsourced services.

Accent Computer Solutions is focused on helping small- and medium-sized businesses get the best possible results from their information technology. By taking a proactive approach to IT management and outsourcing some or all of their IT function, companies are able to experience predictable results from their IT at a predictable monthly cost.

"The managed services landscape continues to evolve rapidly as organizations are discovering they can impact both bottom-line and top-line growth," said Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company. "When it comes to strong managed services and off-premise solutions, these companies are the industry's proven leaders, showing just how they can change the game for their customers and we congratulate them on their success."

"We are honored to be recognized for our growth and success in the managed IT services industry," said Marty Kaufman, President of Accent Computer Solutions. "The industry will continue to grow as more businesses see the benefits of managed IT services, such as reduced overall technology costs and better results from their IT."

Coverage of the MSP500 will be featured in the February/March issue of CRN, and online at www.CRN.com.

About Accent Computer Solutions, Inc.

Founded in 1987, Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. is a leading managed IT services and IT support provider serving a wide spectrum of businesses and organizations in Southern California and across the nation. Accent is headquartered in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. and also has offices in Riverside, San Bernardino, Redlands, Los Angeles, and Orange County. With 40 employees, the company caters to the needs of small to medium-sized businesses, as well as to multi-office, multi-location enterprises. Accent focuses on reducing the cost and risk of information technology by providing proactive IT services, IT outsourcing, network services, cloud computing, IT support, business telephone/VoIP, new building and remodel cabling, and wireless solutions. For more information, visit www.AccentOnIT.com, or call (888) 373-5505.

About the VMware Partner Network

The Channel Company is the sales channel community's trusted authority for growth and innovation, with established brands including CRN, XChange Events, IPED and SharedVue. For more than three decades, we have leveraged our proven and leading-edge platforms to deliver prescriptive sales and marketing solutions for the technology sales channel. The Channel Company provides Communication, Recruitment, Engagement, Enablement, Demand Generation and Intelligence services to drive technology partnerships. Learn more at www.thechannelcompany.com.

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