Continuum Set to Kick Off First Peer Group Meetings

Posted January 14, 2016by Ben Barker


Continuum and HTG have partnered up to offer two exclusive peer groups to Continuum partners. One group is available to MSP business owners while the other is open to Network Operations Center (NOC) managers. The peer groups are facilitated by HTG and aim to encourage and enable partner growth, strengthen relationships and gain valuable insights into how Continuum’s partners operate.

The first meetings of Continuum's peer groups will be held on Wednesday, January 20, 2016 and the topic of focus will be partner scorecards. The groups are set to meet remotely once a month for 11 months, with a face to face meeting in September at Navigate 2016, Continuum's third-annual user conference in Boston. 

Continuum's peer groups focus on four plans including, 1) a business plan, 2) a leadership plan, 3) a life plan which incorporates significant others into the process and 4) a legacy plan for business and personal life.

For Q1, the MSP business owner peer group will focus on developing core company values, defining clear vision and mission statements as well as establishing a company culture that motivates employees. On the other hand, the NOC managers peer group's focus will be less on the business and leadership plans, but will instead dive deeper into how to work better within their own business.

Jeanne Hopkins, Senior Vice President & CMO at Continuum is particularly excited for the first meetings of the groups.

“We expect these meetings to be a very beneficial avenue for the exchange of valuable information, learning and growing – for both Continuum and our participating MSP partners. We are delighted to be partnering with HTG as they have a successful model for operating peer groups and are highly regarded in the channel as the best peer group organization.”

The next meetings are scheduled for Wednesday, February 10 and Wednesday, March 9, 2016.

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Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

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