David Vernon passes MSPAlliance CMSP Exam


CMSP exam program provides assurance of quality, and reliability for current, potential customers; vendor-neutral benchmarking for Managed Services Professionals worldwide

Augusta, GA, 08/01/2009, David Vernon today announced that he has passed the MSPAlliance’s Managed Services Professional Certification (CMSP). CMSP is the first program of its kind, specifically designed to ensure that individuals employed in the managed services industry are meeting and exceeding the highest levels of ethics, education, work experience, as well as possessing a strong combination of both business and technical requirements.

“The MSPAlliance Certified Managed Services Professional exam is a rigorous test that benchmarks and verifies the quality of the individual providing managed services,” said Charles Weaver, MSPAlliance president. “We are very proud to have David Vernon as a part of this prestigious body of managed services professionals.”

CMSP was created using a wide base of criteria that encompasses many disciplines in the managed service profession. By testing for the skills and business criteria that matter to customers, the CMSP ensures that the individual has met a high level of professional and business practices.

Certified Managed Services Professionals are required to pass a written exam, possess a minimum of IT related work experience and/or education, as well as have a strong understanding of the Managed Service Provider’s Code of Ethics and Conduct.

The MSPAlliance is the world’s largest professional association and accrediting body for the Managed Services Industry. Comprised of more than 10,000 managed service providers (MSPs) and service enabling technology vendors, the MSPAlliance works in a collaborative effort to define, promote and educate the Managed Services Industry and the end-user consumer on the adoption and successful use of technology through Managed Services. The MSPAlliance is committed to increasing reliability and dependability in the industry surrounding the value and benefit of using Managed Service Providers to provide a wide range of mission-critical services. In addition, the MSPAlliance collects data on the practice of managed services on behalf of its members, to help them increase the value delivery of IT to the organizations they serve. For more information about the MSPAlliance please visit www.mspalliance.com

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