CHARLOTTE, NC – March 5, 2010 – Dan Wilson, President and CEO of Waypoint Solutions Group, a global leader in Information Technology and Solutions, has been named one of “Charlotte’s Top 50 Entrepreneurs” by Business Leader Charlotte magazine.

Through it’s Charlotte headquarters and branch offices in New Jersey, South Carolina and Florida, Waypoint provides businesses of all sizes complete, flat rate IT infrastructure design, implementation, and support through its three core programs – Managed (managePOINT), Infrastructure Security (securePOINT), and Business Continuity Management (storePOINT).

“Waypoint sets the standard for customer service and support,” said Wilson. “Whether you are faced with data backup, asset inventory, security patch management, malware/spyware protection, or antivirus issues, we have a cost-effective solution for you. We work closely with you to ensure that your business more productive.”

Wilson’s philosophy has helped Waypoint Solutions Group grow from four clients to more than 100 clients in just three years. Additionally, his guidance has aided Waypoint in achieving an increase in revenue of 125 percent in the past 18 months. With great skill and foresight, Wilson has been able to structure the company so that 85 percent of its revenue is obtained on a recurring basis.

Based on his success, Wilson has been selected as a board member and a committee chair for the International Alliance of Managed Service Providers, which has more than 8,000 members. He has served as a keynote speaker on three separate occasions for the organization.

As a further testimony to Wilson’s leadership within his industry, he was named as an MSPmentor.com Top 250 people in the Managed Services arena for 2008 to 2009. Wilson is also one of the first 15 people globally to hold the Certification (CMSP), and under his leadership, Waypoint Solutions Group has been named one of the Top 100 MSPs globally.

An active member of the community, Wilson is Vice President of Business Networking International’s Corporate Connections group in Charlotte, Vice President of the Florida State University Alumni Club in Charlotte, and technical sponsor for A Child’s Place, a nonprofit organization that seeks to mitigate the negative impact of homelessness on the lives and education of Charlotte children.

Posted on: 03.05.10