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October 29, 2019 Cindy Tomlinson

it team with crystal ballDoes selecting an IT vendor and deciding on the right direction for your company seem to get more complex with every conversation? Without a crystal ball to reveal precisely which vendor is a perfect fit, knowing you’re making the right decision is virtually impossible—but it doesn’t have to be.

There are many directions you can turn for insights. 360Quadrants, for instance, combines expert analysis with crowdsourced insights on technology vendors to provide a bias-free comparison. Powered by Markets and Markets, 360Quadrants strives to help businesses simplify their IT buying decision while managing the risk involved in such a complex decision. Specifically, 360Quadrants' analysis provides businesses with critical insights that can help remove some of the complex decision-making risk involved in selecting a vendor partner. Quarterly, 360Quadrants produces the Top Vendors by Category report, which analyzes more than 2,500 vendors in over 500 markets.

Recently, the Top Vendor reports focused on three categories, in which OneNeck was proudly named a top vendor:

“It’s extremely rewarding to be named a top choice, in multiple categories, by a resource that was created to empower businesses to make better decisions,” says Corey Livingston, VP of Marketing at OneNeck. “With the abundance of IT services and solutions choices available, your business needs a partner that truly has your back.”

In addition to 360Quadrants, G2 Crowd and FeaturedCustomers offer insights and neutral reviews, along with customer reviews, to help you assess what’s best for your business.

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