In promotional materials for its just concluded Elevate conference in Denver, managed services automation vendor BitTitan Inc. billed the event as an opportunity to “join the modern MSP revolution.” What exactly is a modern MSP, though, and what role does BitTitan seek to play in helping people become one?
Here are six key elements of the company’s vision for the future of managed services as outlined by company executives at Elevate this week during keynote presentations and in interviews with ChannelPro.
Yip believes the biggest difference between winners and losers in IT isn’t technical know-how or business acumen. It’s focus.
“The things you focus on you do the best,” he says, noting that this seemingly simple principle guides every decision he makes about where BitTitan will, and more importantly won’t, go next.
“I get a lot of people with a lot of ideas that want to do a lot of things, and the number one thing I always say is ‘no,’” Yip states. A great idea unrelated to your strategic vision is ultimately just a distraction.
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