MSPmentor 250, 2012 Edition: Last Name L
John LaCorte, Senior Director, Business Development, CA Technologies
LaCorte established strategic OEM partnerships with industry-leading RMM providers N-able and LabTech, and launched the first SPLA-style MSP program in North America for the CA ARCserve product line. He also helped pioneer one of CA Technologies first SaaS offerings, CA Instant Recovery on Demand, providing industrial-strength business continuity to the SMB market in a complete turnkey SaaS model.
Mark Lantry, Managed Services Professional, Dynamic Business Technologies
Lantry was named the top technical user from N-able during the company's 2012 Australian partner summit. His efforts have helped to increase hardware sales margins by nearly 10 percent. He's currently focused on Office 365 cloud migrations.
Lorne Lavine, Owner, Dental Technology Consultants
Lavine is considered the worldwide leader in dental technology. He has worked with over 2000 dental practices across North America, lectures to thousands of people annually, and publishes 10-20 articles per year. http://thedigitaldentist.com
Chuck Lennon, President, TeamLogic IT
Lennon runs TeamLogic IT, a franchise network of IT managed services providers. He is currently the Vice Chairman of the Board of CompTIA, a non-profit trade association advancing the global interests of IT professionals, and serves on the board of the CompTIA Educational Foundation. Lennon also serves as a speaker, panelist and moderator for professional conferences in the IT services, managed services and franchising industries.
John Lewe, President, QuoteWerks
Lewe is the founder, lead developer, and president of one the best-known quoting tools in the MSP industry. QuoteValet, his most recent product, gives MSPs insight into their sales process to close more sales.
David Link, Founder and Chairman, ScienceLogic
Link founded ScienceLogic to create a better way for MSPs to scale operations and rapidly and confidently launch new service offerings. The company has raised over $30 million from NEA and Intel Capital and grown revenue at 65% CAGR.