Continuum Partner LEAP Managed IT Featured in Case Study on Network Assessment Modules

Posted July 19, 2016by Ben Barker

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Continuum recently published a case study on how its Network Assessment Modules are helping MSPs generate value and revenue. Continuum partner LEAP Managed IT is featured. Using the Network Assessment Modules, LEAP Managed IT is able to deliver more in-depth analysis on the health of their clients’ IT environments, allowing the company to charge for the valuable network assessment reports.

The LEAP Managed IT team goes on site to scan network devices and computers using the Continuum Network Assessment Premium Module, which generates a complete set of reports covering all devices, network assets, settings, configurations, applications and endpoint security.

Brandon Hall, Director of Technical Services for LEAP Managed IT had this to say about Continuum's Network Assessment Modules.

"The reports that the Continuum Network Assessment Modules enable us to generate help us portray a professional approach with our prospects and clients, and they are more likely to invest in the proposals we recommend as a result of the reports. We can now more easily pinpoint any vulnerability on every single endpoint. Given all the useful information the assessments generate, we provide prospects and clients with significant added value.” 


For more information on Continuum's Network Assessment Modules, visit: http://www.rapidfiretools.com/nd_na.php

To access the case study, “Continuum Network Assessments Help LEAP Managed IT Generate Revenue—Up Front and After Presenting Results to Clients,” visit: https://www.continuum.net/resources/success-story/leapmanagedit.

 

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Ben is a member of Continuum's marketing team. He specializes in blog content as well as video production. Ben is a graduate of Emerson College and a huge Boston sports fan.

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