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Dataprise, Inc. Advances to #15 on MSPmentor Managed Services Provider Top 501 List

ROCKVILLE, Md., March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dataprise, Inc., a technology services provider, today announced it has placed #15 on Nine Lives Media's seventh-annual MSPmentor 501 Global Edition. The distinguished list and report identifies the world's top 501 managed services providers (MSPs).  

Dataprise, Inc. was selected for the MSPmentor 501 List for the fifth year in a row and surpassed their ranking of 20th last year as a result of their continuing growth as a leading MSP, serving small and medium-sized businesses throughout the Mid-Atlantic as well as nationally. Of U.S companies alone, Dataprise ranked #12.

Dataprise, Inc. CEO David Eisner explains, "Dataprise, Inc. is honored to be included in the company of such influential businesses throughout the MSP space."

The MSPmentor 501 report is based on data from MSPmentor's global online survey, conducted October-December 2013. The MSPmentor 501 report recognizes top managed services providers based on a range of metrics, including annual managed services revenue growth, revenue per employee, managed services offered and customer devices managed.

"MSPmentor congratulates Dataprise, Inc. on this unique honor," said Amy Katz, president of Nine Lives Media, a Penton business. "Qualifying for our MSPmentor 501 Global Edition puts Dataprise, Inc. in rare company."

MSPs on this year's global 501 list lifted their combined annual recurring revenues $2.61 billion, continuing seven straight years of strong growth. Together, those MSPs now manage more than 700,000 servers, according to Jessica Davis, managing editor, MSPmentor.

MSPmentor, produced by Nine Lives Media, is the ultimate guide to managed services. MSPmentor features the industry's top-ranked blog, research, Channel Expert Hour Webcasts and FastChat videos. It is the number one online media destination for managed services providers in the world.

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About Dataprise, Inc.
Headquartered in Rockville, Maryland, Dataprise, Inc. is a leading information technology managed services provider and systems integrator that solves the technology challenges of small and medium-size business. With offices in Washington, DC, New York City, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Northern Virginia, Dataprise is an outsourced technology partner to hundreds of clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic, helping organizations manage their networks and leverage their technology investments. Dataprise offers affordable technical support and consulting services including its revolutionary Support365™ plans. These comprehensive, scalable plans meet the unique needs of small and medium-size businesses by offering a holistic and personal approach to IT support services. Learn more about Dataprise, Inc. by visiting www.dataprise.com and follow the firm at Twitter.com/dataprise.

About Nine Lives Media
Nine Lives Media, a division of Penton Media, defines emerging IT media markets and disrupts established IT media markets. The company's IT channel-centric online communities include MSPmentor (www.MSPmentor.net), The VAR Guy (www.TheVARguy.com), Talkin' Cloud (www.TalkinCloud.com), VARtweet (www.VARtweet.com) and MSPtweet (www.MSPtweet.com). For more information, visit www.NineLivesMediaInc.com.

Contact: Sarah Kugler, 301-998-3627, [email protected]

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