Connectria Named in CRN 2018 Solution Provider 500 List

The St. Louis-MO-based cloud services provider Connectria has been named in the CRN® 2018 Solution Provider 500 list.

CRN is a brand name of The Channel Company and produces an annual list of the largest tech integrators, solution providers, and IT consultants in North America. CRN has been producing the annual list since 1995, which ranks companies by revenue. The list serves as an industry standard for recognition of the most successful provider companies in the channel and helps businesses select the best companies to do business with. The total revenue generated by companies on list has risen to $320 billion in 2018.

The CRN® 2018 Solution Provider 500 list includes 26 companies that have made it on the list for the very first time. This is the seventh consecutive year that Connectria has been included in the list, achieving a position of #351 for 2018, having increased from position #356 in 2017.

“We are once again honored to be named to CRN’s Solution Provider list for the seventh year in a row.” said Rich Waidmann, Connectria President and CEO. “For over twenty years, Connectria has been a consistent force as a Technology Solutions Provider, and a great complement to resellers, integrators and consultants looking for a highly skilled and trustworthy partner who can deliver comprehensive cloud solutions to their customers.”

Connectria started providing hosting services in 1998 and has grown into one of the leading providers of cloud hosting solutions, remote monitoring, and cloud security solutions. The company started offering HIPAA-compliant solutions on AWS in 2015 and on Microsoft Azure in 2016 and now serves dozens of healthcare companies. The company’s clients include many Fortune 100 enterprises and the firm now has more than 1,000 customers worldwide. The company is known for its “No Jerks Allowed” ethos, its “Customers First” approach, and for providing scalable cloud solutions with a straightforward pricing policy.

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.