Channel Business How-To

How to keep your revenue from dropping in a recession

Executive Summary

Talk of recession is in the air, but value-added resellers (VARs) and managed service providers (MSPs) don't have to be caught in the downdraft. By adopting some best practices for monitoring your income, seeking recurring revenue streams and offering flexible payment options, you can find continued success even as enterprises reduce spending on new IT projects. In this Channel Business How-To, you'll not only learn how to survive in a recession, but thrive.

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This was first published in March 2008

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