ASP Announces 2019 Top Ten Best Support Websites

After our 21st year of this competition, we are happy to announce this year’s winners.

By Al Hahn, Executive Director of the Association of Support Professionals

Each site is scored by five independent judges in 25 different areas. The judges are vetted for relevant expertise and for no conflict of interest with that site. Every contestant receives a confidential site report with average scores in all 25 categories along with judges’ comments and recommendations for improving the site. In a few weeks, reports on the overall competition, overall average scores in all 25 categories, trends, benchmarks and winner’s profiles will be published. They are available to all ASP members and are available for purchase to non-members. There are three groups of companies by total corporate revenues in order for them to be judged against competitors of similar resources.  Small companies are those with revenues under $100 million. Medium sized companies are those with revenues between $100 million and $999 million. Large companies are those with revenues of $1 billion and more. ASP does not publish rankings within the Top Ten. This year’s winners are listed below in alphabetical order within their respective groups.

Small Companies

Clio

Republic Wireless

Medium Sized Companies

Progress

Quest

Rubrik

Large Companies

NetApp

Red Hat

Resideo

Symantec

Veritas

Other News from the ASP

The ASP Extends Member Access to Enhanced Support Industry Research

The Association of Support Professionals (ASP) and ServiceXRG are pleased to announce a partnership to enhance and extend the quality and availability of support industry research. Through this partnership, ServiceXRG and the ASP will collaborate on the development of new Support industry research studies and extend access to research reports, playbooks and articles to ASP members.

Taking the Top Ten Report Into a New Era

This year was our 21st competition of support websites and based on the learning from all these past years, we made significant changes to our scoring model. With the 2019 Top Ten Report soon to be published, we’re excited to announce some changes and improvements to the report itself and ASP as a whole which will help deliver ever more value to our members.

ASP Wants to be the Hub of the Support Community

Our ambition is to become the hub of the support community. What we mean by that is we want to be the go-to place where you can find any and every resource that you need to provide state-of-the-art support. We know that we cannot do everything for everyone, but we want to be able to direct you to those who can.