Bryan started his career in technology over 30 years ago as a technician and followed the service management path to founding his first I.T. consulting business in 1990. Bryan created the Breakthrough MSP model based on his hard won wisdom derived from almost 15 years selling and deploying managed I.T. Services.
Level 5 is Bryan’s coaching practice for working with clients to transform their businesses, deliver outstanding results, AND get their lives back in the process. The Breakthrough MSP and the “Grow My MSP” Program are just one facet of the work we do to help create sustainable and powerful change.
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Bryan is exemplary of the visionaries I look for when planning long-term strategies for business and life. He posesses this very rare innate ability to synthesize disparate pieces on information into bigger pictures and plans quickly with a great results. He can make good non-obvious decisions on demand. When I need direction or inspiration he is consistently among my first lifelines.
I’ve worked with Bryan for several years and am constantly impressed by his sharp grasp of the ever-changing IT world. My interactions with Bryan are always professional, insightful, and provide me with a fresh prospective on whatever topic we’re discussing.
I have had a professional/client relationship with Bryan for 7 years. Bryan has excellent technical skills which, when coupled with his leadership and communication abilities, make him an exceptional resource to business owners and C-level executives.
In the Information Technology business you come across many people who only see a solution and not the steps it takes to get there. Bryan understands the technology, can formalize a logical plan to implement it as well as understand how it can affect your bottom line. Bryan has both an excellent business mind as well as a thorough understanding of information technology. He is a true professional and could outwit most business minds.
I was impressed by the people skills that Bryan had that kept the presentation on track and eased any ego clashes that may have possibly happened. To have these people skills can be a rare commodity among those who make their living implementing and supporting technology.