Ideaca moves up 17 spots on Canada’s Top 100 Solution Providers list
Toronto, ON, Canada – May 23, 2012
Ideaca, a Canadian based consulting firm that helps customers through a portfolio of management consulting, implementation and support services, has been recognized as one of Canada’s 100 Solution Providers of 2011 by Computer Dealer News (CDN). The list was announced May 16th, 2012 at the Top 100 Solution Providers Awards Gala.
CDN has been the voice of Canada's IT channel community for more than 25 years and defines an information technology solution provider as an organization that resells computer hardware, software or peripheral products along with providing IT related professional services, support services, consulting in a cloud or on-demand environment, on-premise fashion or as managed service. Ideaca ranked 32nd on the list of the top 100 Solution Providers, up 17 spots from last year. The list identifies the highest revenue-generating solution providers with major operations in Canada.
“I’m not surprised at all that Ideaca shot up the CDN Top 100 Solution Providers rankings again this year. They are one of the leading solution providers in Canada, leveraging a benefits-based approach to help customers reach their full potential through technology.” said Paolo Del Nibletto, Editor, CDN – Computer Dealer News, Canada’s No. 1 IT channel publication and Web site.
“Ideaca is very honoured to be included in this elite group of Canadian businesses for the second year in a row,” said Mike Alkier, Managing Partner, Ideaca. “Moving up 17 spots on this list speaks to the tremendous momentum we’ve gained in the market over the past year and the continued success we’ve had delivering innovative solutions for our customers.”
Computer Dealer News Since 1985, CDN (Computer Dealer News) has been the leading information source for Canadian IT solution providers. CDN is Canada's national news-magazine designed to provide VARs, system integrators, system builders, ISVs and retailers with the most comprehensive coverage of news, events and issues in the IT channel.