ScienceLogic Completes MSPAlliance Vendor Accreditation Program
Joining Vendor-Neutral Program for Benchmarking Service-Enabling Technology Vendors Worldwide
August 02, 2011
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ScienceLogic has received accreditation under the MSPAlliance's (MSPA) Vendor Accreditation Program (VAP).

VAP is the first program of its kind specifically designed by managed service providers (MSPs) as a benchmark for vendors who sell to the MSP community. Vendors who bear the VAP seal have shown they abide by the highest principles of quality in areas such as financial stability, positive channel practices, product research and development, and MSP customer satisfaction.

VAP was created using a wide base of criteria considered as critical by MSPs when selecting a vendor. Criteria examined during the accreditation process include:

Business practices: Focusing on channel development, channel competition safeguards, experience in the managed services industry, etc.

Product Roadmap: Examining the vendor's willingness to invest in their products in order to ensure continued relevance for the MSPs on a continued basis.

Financial: Examination of financial stability to ensure adequate support of channel initiatives and product development.

Client References: Vendor must provide at least three MSP specific client references.

"With a combined 45 years working in the service provider industry, ScienceLogic founders lived the IT management problem that we became passionate about solving. Our EM7 platform addresses service providers' unique needs with comprehensive, centralized management of highly distributed data center and cloud environments," says David Link, ScienceLogic CEO. "ScienceLogic is driven to support our MSP customers by enabling them to rapidly deploy differentiated technologies and services, solve customer problems faster and offer a superior customer experience all viewed through an integrated, multiple-tenant portal. We look forward to continuing to provide that support as an accredited MSPAlliance vendor."

About MSPAlliance

For more than 10 years, the MSPAlliance has served as the chief advocate and unified voice for the Managed Services industry, and is the only organization that promotes the highest level of professionalism, reliability and integrity. As the world's largest Professional Association and Certifying Body for the Managed Services Industry, the MSPAlliance was created to meet the needs of the Managed Services Professional and to educate the end-user community and ecosystem-at-large on the benefits of utilizing a Managed Service Provider.

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