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George Sierchio to speak April 26/27 2017 on the topic of “Understanding What Metrics Matter Most When Buying or Selling an IT Services Business” at ASCII Success Summit in Boston, MA

Designed Specifically for Managed Service Providers to Take Revenue Generation to the Next Level
If you’re within driving distance of oston on April 26 & 27 2017, don’t miss this ASCII event! Join Cogent Growth Partners’ Vice President and Sr. Partner George Sierchio as he speaks on the topic of “Understanding What Metrics Matter Most When Buying or Selling an IT Services Business”

From the desk of Jerry Koutavas, ASCII President: Welcome! We continue to make the ASCII IT Success Summits dynamic and designed to deliver maximum value to Managed Service Providers. Our agenda is geared to help MSPs grow their business, offer additional services, help their customers transition to the cloud and increase monthly recurring revenue opportunities.

Click the link below for attendance info to the Boston April 26th & 27th, 2017 event:


Additional Future 2017 ASCII IT Success Summit events (George Sierchio will be speaking on this same topic at each):

Columbus, OH May 17th & 18th

Toronto June 22nd

NYC/NJ July 26th & 27th

Chicago August 30th & 31st

Coral Gable, FL September 27th & 28th

Washington, DC October 25th & 26th

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