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MSP Voice Episode 28 – “MSP Pioneer” with Tim Shea

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Tim has been an MSP Pioneer since the 90’s. After leaving a value-added reseller in 1991 Tim started his own company because he saw the future in network services. In 1996 Tim and his partner realized that they need to provide their services for a fixed fee...hence pioneering the managed services model.

They even had to write their first RMM tool themselves. Tim sold that company and founded Alpha NetSolutions in 2002 and has been going strong ever since. Now they focus on small businesses in New England, mostly manufacturing, custom home builders and dentists.

Guest: Tim Shea

Company: Alpha NetSolutions

All episodes can be found on www.mspvoice.com,  YouTube (video) as well as popular podcast channels such as iTunesSoundCloud, and Anchor. You can also subscribe to new episodes via RSS Feed.

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