Can you Resell Managed Services?
Is the MSP profession ready for the channel? Of course it is, you might say. But, we are talking about the reselling of managed services as a channel. Can this strategy be accomplished effectively and safely? What are some of the steps you should take if you are considering such a strategy?
- What are the legal risks?
- Is there a primary MSP relationship which should be established?
- How do you update your agreements?
- If you are the “channel partner” MSP, how do you adapt?
MSP Zone Guest: Rob Scott, Scott & Scott LLP
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