The construction and information technology industries seem like such polar opposites. One deals with a lot of physical labor while the other is totally technology-based. However, these two industries intermingle a lot more than you may think; in fact, employees in the construction industry must constantly adopt new forms of technology to achieve the time, cost, and quality goals of a project. Managed IT service providers and the construction industry work very closely when it comes to tracking the lifecycle of buildings and various construction phases, as construction firms are reliant on information to help them make decisions. The information should also enable task control, data integration, material and resource control, and communication between the suppliers and the company. Clearly, IT is a significant part of construction, so read on as we delve into how these industries work together to produce a robust and stable infrastructure for construction firms.
Austin, Texas, April 23, 2020 – Texas Systems Group has been named to After Nines Inc.’s ChannelE2E Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs list and research (http://www.channelE2E.com/top100) for 2020. The annual list and research (hashtag: #Top100MSP) identify and honor the top 100 managed services providers (MSPs) in healthcare, legal, government, financial services, manufacturing and additional vertical markets.
The Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs rankings are based on ChannelE2E’s Q4 2019 and January 2020 readership survey, and ChannelE2E’s vertical market industry coverage. MSPs featured throughout the list and research leverage deep vertical market expertise to drive annual recurring revenues (ARR) in specific market segments.
This year’s research revealed several key MSP market trends, including:
Texas Systems Group was ranked among the top vertical market MSPs in healthcare.
“Being included as one of ChannelE2E’s Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs is a direct reflection of our team’s ability to provide professional, secure, and Texas-friendly IT support to the healthcare industry,” said David Doran, Texas System Group’s Co-founder and CEO. “We have a phenomenal technical staff that goes above and beyond to successfully support our healthcare clients.”
Texas Systems Group supports a wide range of healthcare organizations, from OB/GYN and other specialty practices to freestanding emergency centers and micro-hospitals. Their knowledge and expertise in managing such a vast variety of software, hardware, processes and service expectations has enabled them to specialize in the industry and be recognized as a leader among healthcare IT providers in Texas.
“After Nines Inc. congratulates Texas Systems Group on this honor,” said Amy Katz, CEO of After Nines Inc. “Vertical market MSPs are uniquely positioned to assist their customers with automation, cybersecurity, e-commerce and business recovery services during this challenging time for the global economy.”
The ChannelE2E Top 100 Vertical Market MSPs list and research are overseen by Content Czar Joe Panettieri (@JoePanettieri). Find the online list and associated report here: http://www.channelE2E.com/top100
About Texas Systems Group
Recognizing a dire need for organizations to have responsive, professional-grade IT support, David Doran and Andrew Lam founded Texas Systems Group in 2002 with a vision of delivering Texas friendly, honest and caring IT support to both small and midsize businesses and healthcare organizations.
By focusing on risk-reducing IT solutions and passionately supporting its clients, Texas Systems Group has earned the trust of hundreds of organizations across Texas and throughout the United States.
For more information on healthcare IT services, visit www.txsg.com/who-we-serve/healthcare/.
About After Nines Inc.
After Nines Inc. provides timeless IT guidance for strategic partners and IT security professionals across ChannelE2E (www.ChannelE2E.com) and MSSP Alert (www.MSSPAlert.com). ChannelE2E tracks every stage of the IT service provider journey — from entrepreneur to exit. MSSP Alert is the global voice for Managed Security Services Providers (MSSPs).
Data security is important for any industry, but healthcare has unique needs that make security particularly critical. The need to comply with HIPAA requirements, the large amount of sensitive data that the healthcare industry handles, and the large number of security threats it faces every year all mean that any healthcare organization must implement strong protocols and best practices to keep data secure.
The following best practices outline a pathway to greater healthcare security. With the right IT support for healthcare, organizations in this industry can implement these practices and more successfully protect the sensitive data entrusted to them.