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Ace Computers just announced that it has been included in the 2019 CRN Solution Provider 500 list. This is the 16th year the company–which holds SEWP V, CCS-2 and GSA contracts–has been listed among the largest custom PC solution providers in North America. 

Ace Computers CEO John Samborski said, “This list is based only on revenue—meaning there is no subjective gray area. It is one of the most reliable, if not the most reliable indicator of a company’s health over the long term. This is especially true when you consider that we have been on this list for 16 consecutive years.” 

CRN is a property of The Channel Company. The Solution Provider 500 is CRN’s annual ranking of the largest technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants in North America by revenue. The list serves as the industry standard and is, in effect, a qualifier for doing business in the technology community.

Since 1983 Ace Computers and its affiliate Ace Technology Partners have been designing, developing, building and supporting HPC technology solutions for many of the world’s leading government and military organizations, enterprises and research institutions. 

The company has outlasted the majority of its early competitors and has been a stable presence throughout the fluctuations of the tech industry. This staying power, coupled with best fit technology solutions and excellent customer service has solidified the company’s position as an industry leader. 

The Channel Company CEO Bob Skelley said, “The companies on this year’s list represent an incredible combined revenue of $320 billion, a sum that attests to their success in staying ahead of rapidly changing market demands. Congratulations to the solution provider organizations leading the way in digital transformation and the latest technology services.” 

With several highly prestigious government contracts and an outstanding portfolio of private sector clients, Ace Computers and its affiliate Ace Technology Partners continue to expand strategically.  

“We are most grateful to CRN for researching and producing this list, and to our loyal clients who continue to put their trust in us,” Samborski said.