Adam Maurice, the managing director of London-based IT service provider, The Internet Group has been named in the fourth annual MSPmentor 250 Report.
Online PR News – 26-August-2011 – – Adam Maurice, the managing director of London-based IT service provider, The Internet Group has been named in the fourth annual MSPmentor 250 Report.
Compiled and published by American firm, Nine Lives Media Inc, the MSPmentor 250 report is a global rundown of the best entrepreneurs, executives, coaches and community leaders in the managed services field. It includes representatives from North America, EMEA, Asia and Australia.
Considered to be the leading list of top flight managed service executives, the 2011 finalists were chosen by MSPmentor site readers throughout the period April-July. The list includes experts in business, technology, sales, marketing and community development.
Mr Maurice said, “I am delighted to have received this recognition. It is an honour to be part of the MSPmentor 250, and although this recognition is aimed at the leaders in the respective organisations, it is really important that our entire management team are recognised as they (along with their teams) are our company’s greatest asset.”
“Although The Internet Group and I have achieved great success over the past 15 years I firmly believe the best is yet to come with more clients, acquisitions and awards in the future.”
The Internet Group’s managing director was a natural choice for the MSPmentor 250 with over 15 years' experience in the IT sector working with industry leaders including BT and Microsoft. He founded The Internet Group in 1999 and has seen it grow from sole trader to a multi-national enterprise thanks to consistent organic growth and strategic acquisitions.
A leading IT management service, The Internet Group today employs more than 60 staff and holds partnerships with Microsoft, Dell, Cisco, VMware and the SDI.
Having completed a share purchase following a co-directors exit from the business in 2011, Mr Maurice is the majority shareholder. He is responsible for the day to day running of The Internet Group and its commercial and strategic direction. He still works closely with a number of The Internet Group’s clients and is currently spearheading the company’s mid-market transition, with a growth target of £15m annual turnover by 2015.
The Internet Group offers a number of IT managed services, including an award-winning IT service desk, IT consultancy, installations and special project development.
To find out more about The Internet Group, visit http://www.theinternetgroup.com