Professional Affiliations

Vender neutral affiliations dedicated to creating best practices for the managed services industry.

Verity Group maintains partnerships, memberships and affiliations with professional organizations whose activities are consistent with our mission and principles.  Our participation in these groups allow us to exchange ideas, develop best practices and create innovative solutions for our clients.  In addition, we have received numerous awards, recognition and certifications from our technology partners.  We are proud of our commitment to excellence and the recognition we receive from the manufacturers we represent and the organizations we support.

We are proud of our partnerships and industry affiliations.

885 E COLLINS BLVD STE 102

RICHARDSON TX 75081

(972) 422-2228

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION
BTA is an international trade association serving the business equipment and systems industry through a wide variety of services and guidance, business benchmarking studies and reports, information on the latest news, trends and products, and education offerings through industry-specific publications.

MANAGED PRINT SERVICES ASSOCIATION
MPSA serves the Managed Print Services industry through marketing and communications activities, collaboration among members and affiliated groups, education and training about print and imaging industry trends, and the creation and definition of best practices for the MPS marketplace.

MANAGED SERVICE PROVIDERS ALLIANCE
MSP Alliance is a professional association and accrediting body for the Managed Services and Cloud Computing industry.  As a group we work to self-regulate and bring professionalism, credibility, ethics and integrity to Managed Services through the Certified Managed Services Professional designation.

OFFICE PRINTING STRATEGIES GROUP
OPSG is a group of leading Managed Print Services companies across the United States and Canada who meet regularly to map out best practices based on industry trends in printing and imaging. We also combine our purchasing power, as a group, to further control the costs associated with Managed Print.