Insight Investments was named to the 2018 Solution Provider 500 list by CRN, a brand of The Channel Company. The Solution Provider 500 is CRN’s annual ranking of the largest technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants in North America by revenue. It serves as CRN’s predominant channel partner award list and has been running since 1995.
“We are proud to be named to CRN’s Solution Provider 500 list once again, making it our eighth year in a row,” said John Ford, CEO of Insight Investments. “Insight continues to grow as we are expanding all divisions of the company. The ongoing success and validation are a testament to our talented and dedicated team that really understand what it means to be a trusted partner for our customers. From beginning to end, we touch all aspects of the lifecycle of our customers’ technology. By supplying, implementing, financing and repurposing technology we have the full scope and unique ability to deliver what today’s businesses need to stay ahead.”
“CRN’s Solution Provider 500 list spotlights the North American IT channel partner organizations that have earned the highest revenue over the past year, providing a valuable resource to vendors looking for top solution providers to partner with,” said Bob Skelley, CEO of The Channel Company. “The companies on this year’s list represent an incredible, combined revenue of $320 billion, a sum that attests to their success in staying ahead of rapidly changing market demands. We extend our sincerest congratulations to each of these top-performing solution providers and look forward to their future pursuits and successes.”
Based in Costa Mesa, CA, Insight Investments helps companies control their technology acquisition, leasing and management requirements. Since 1987, the company has provided new and used equipment acquisition, custom leasing and financing, asset management, off-lease portfolio management, excess equipment disposal and IT solutions for the modern data center.
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