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By ESOutlook | Wednesday, July 03, 2019
At its core, MSPs are relatively simple businesses that offer outsourced IT support, but their role is becoming essential.
FREMONT, CA: “MSPs, like the rest of the tech in the world, struggle with connectivity. They don’t control the network and have had no way to control this middle mile problem. Most SD-WANs are too complex for MSPs who are already working with an existing firewall. With Bigleaf, MSPs finally have an SD-WAN that gives them the control they need to provide a customer experience that is compatible with their market,” extols Joel Mulkey, Founder and CEO of Bigleaf Networks, launching its Global Managed Service Provider (MSP) Partner Program.
MSPs—whose business relies on delivering a seamless, consistent customer experience—not having controlled internet connectivity creates a significant struggle as their customers increasingly move to the cloud. The new Global MSP Partner Program aims to make SD-WAN a practical reality for MSPs serving businesses around the world, helping to improve customer experience and reduce support costs. MSPs can also get resources and training to deploy Bigleaf’s Cloud-first SD-WAN into their user base.
Growing technology adoption means enterprises need to be proactive about excelling and protecting themselves online and within their internal communications. Bigleaf is the evolution of internet connectivity being a cloud-based internet redundancy and optimization service provider that offers improved reliability, performance, and support, for enterprises that rely on the internet. This enables increased protection from business disruption, delivers the full potential of cloud and remote applications, and creates peace of mind for stakeholders.
Founded in 2012, Bigleaf Networks is dedicated to providing an improved internet experience with simple implementation, friendly support, and powerful technology. The team proclaims its mission to be serving their customers with innovative internet and network connectivity solutions.
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