IT Glue Named Platinum Sponsor of Navigate 2016

Posted September 21, 2016by Ben Barker

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Continuum has announced that IT Glue™, a proven, best practices-driven IT documentation platform, is a Platinum Sponsor of Navigate 2016, the company’s third annual user conference. As a part of the sponsorship, Chris Day, CEO at IT Glue, is presenting, “10 Lessons Learned Growing a $10 Million MSP,” as one of the 36 breakout sessions offered at Navigate 2016.

Day's session is a part of the Featured Track and will be held on Friday, September 30 from 9:30am - 10:15am. In his session, he is speaking on his top 10 real-world experiences growing a $10 million MSP, including over 40 factors critical to building a successful, profitable and scalable MSP business.

IT Glue is designed to help MSPs reduce waste and maximize profit.

“By helping to standardize and store complete IT documentation in one place, teams have rapid access to IT asset information helping to maximize efficiency, transparency and consistency of teams,” said Day. “IT Glue provides people with the confidence and trust that IT assets and procedures are documented properly. Continuum and IT Glue share hundreds of successful MSP partners so working together only makes sense. We are looking forward to sharing more on a collaboration partnership at Navigate 2016.” 

Jeanne Hopkins, Senior Vice President & CMO at Continuum, had this to say about the sponsorship.

“IT Glue’s IT documentation platform is hot right now. It is a highly regarded point solution for MSPs to author and maintain IT documentation for their clients. We have been working with IT Glue to determine what would be best for our MSP partners and look forward to sharing more at Navigate.”


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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.

Topics: Navigate 2016


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