Gordon Flesch Company - Prime Example of Successful Continuum Partnership

Posted February 2, 2016by Ben Barker

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Continuum has long committed to providing unmatched support to its 4,000 MSP partners. Any good partnership has a high level of trust and commitment. Recently, Continuum published a case study highlighting its three-year, on-going partnership with Gordon Flesch Company, one of the largest independent providers of office technology solutions in the nation, founded nearly 60 years ago.

Part of what makes the partnership between Continuum and Gordon Flesch Company so strong is that Gordan Flesch leverages Continuum’s Elite Server Care, the highest level of service available for Continuum’s Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) platform. 

Jeff Dotzler, Director, GFConsulting Group, a division of Gordon Flesch Company knows that being able to deliver on promises is key for Gordon Flesch.

“What we provide is really a complete premium solution, and we tell our customers that they’ll have the resources they need no matter what happens. Having Continuum’s Elite Server Care as the foundation and at the core of our offering gives us confidence that we’re delivering on that promise.”

Gordon Flesch's commitment to Continuum was highlighted at Navigate 2015, Continuum’s second annual user conference that took place in September in Las Vegas. During the awards portion of the conference, Gordon Flesch earned Continuum’s All-in All Star 2015 Award which is given to the partner who adopts the most products and services from the Continuum portfolio and has the highest total revenue across all products and services.

Gordon Flesch also utilizes Continuum’s Tech Advantage Program, Network Assessment Tool and Continuum University

To see the full case study, just click here!

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