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Continuum’s First Annual User Conference Sells Out

Continuum®, the industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services solutions, has confirmed its first annual user conference, Navigate 2014, has sold out. Hundreds of managed service providers (MSPs) from across the country will descend upon the Seaport Hotel in Boston from Sunday, September 21 to Tuesday, September 23, 2014 for a collaborative event that is both educational and inspiring.

“We are honored by the overwhelming response from our partners for Navigate 2014, Continuum’s first annual user conference,” said Michael George, Continuum’s CEO. “With a specific focus on education and peer-to-peer collaboration, this will be the pinnacle event of the year, with a full two and a half days that are completely dedicated to our partners and their success.”

Navigate 2014 is an educational and training event to help the industry’s top MSPs and IT resellers maximize their investment in Continuum’s managed services platform and grow their IT services business. In addition to offering product training on the right solutions, unlike other user events, Navigate 2014 includes 40+ sessions with actionable insights into business strategy and economic models, sales and marketing, and service delivery optimization as well as opportunities for peer-to-peer collaboration. For the latest list of training sessions, visit: http://www.continuum.net/navigate/sessions.

Mark Connolly, VP of Sales at Continuum and Master of Ceremonies for Navigate 2014, stated, “We’re fortunate to have a dedicated and successful group of partners who have helped drive our growth and allow us to hold an event such as this. We are proud to have the most profitable MSPs in the industry, and a community event like this will help to further that position.”

For more information about the event visit, www.continuum.net/navigate. To sign up for the waiting list, visit: http://page.continuum.net/navigate/waitlist.

To check out the latest updates on Navigate 2014, follow #nav14 on Twitter.

About Continuum Managed IT Services

Continuum is the technology industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services, allowing its Managed Services Provider (MSP) partners to maintain both on premise and cloud-based servers, desktops and other endpoints for small-and-medium-sized businesses. Continuum’s SaaS platform enables MSPs to efficiently backup, monitor, troubleshoot and maintain clients’ IT infrastructure from a single pane of glass, all backed by an industry–leading network operations center (NOC) and Service Desk. MSPs leverage Continuum’s pay-as-you-grow business model to scale IT services without committing to long-term contracts and to reserve in-house staff for strategic initiatives. The company employs 800 professionals worldwide, supports over 3,400 partners and monitors over half a million endpoints. For more information, visit http://www.continuum.net/or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @FollowContinuum.

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