It’s a huge honour for us to announce that Chris Tate (self-styled #hardestworkingmanintheChannel) has become an Advisor to Keepabl!
Chris has long been a good friend of Keepabl (you can hear my TotallyMSP interview here) and on the excellent TotallyMSP you can see Chris’s blog on how he came to understand GDPR as a major opportunity for MSPs, and why he’s joining Keepabl as an Advisor.
If you’re an MSP, Chris needs no introduction. If you’re not an MSP, ask an MSP and they’ll tell you Chris has been the MSP Champion at Datto for the recent 3 or 4 key years in the MSP market, having run an MSP and TotallyMSP beforehand in a long career in the Channel, that there’s nothing Chris doesn’t know about how MSPs can make the most of their business by delivering the best value to their customers – and this is still a woefully short intro. (Oh and he’s from the East Midlands, not the North, don’t say the North…)
As Chris notes on TotallyMSP, GDPR looks like a scary, boring beast to many people, but they know they need to deal with it. Which is exactly the opportunity for MSPs because, as Chris also kindly notes, Keepabl simplifies GDPR so the MSP can take that fear away and consolidate their valued trusted advisor relationship.
Chris joins the legendary Richard Tubb in advising us how to keep making Keepabl the go-to service for MSPs to help their customers with this key business risk and opportunity in the way MSPs do best: efficiently and realistically with practical know-how.
We’re in awe of Richard and Chris’s combined knowledge and experience helping MSPs – and we’re excited to help MSPs move their own business forward while delivering real risk-reduction and reward-acceleration to their customers.
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