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Kaseya recognises top Australian and New Zealand MSP partners

08 Dec 17

Kaseya, provider of complete IT management solutions for managed service providers (MSPs) and midmarket enterprises (MME), celebrated and recognised its top Australian and New Zealand partners at its annual Kaseya Managed Service Provider (MSP) Awards luncheon.

Held at the Sydney Boulevard Hotel through a celebratory MasterChef cookoff event, the Kaseya MSP Awards recognised the innovation, performance and success of Kaseya’s top partners for 2017.

Computer Concepts LTD (CCL) was awarded the top accolade, being named Kaseya’s MSP Partner of the Year.

This award recognises the company who demonstrated the most innovation, growth and integration of Kaseya into the heart of its solutions and services.

“Kaseya has consistently innovated its solution set to meet the evolving needs of our business,” says Paul Coan, CCL New Zealand development manager.  

“Our investment with Kaseya continues to help us better service our customers, and accelerate the growth of our business.

“We have implemented Kaseya tools across all our managed customer environments and they are key in our ability to deliver on our customer SLAs,” Coan says.  

“We’re honoured to be chosen as Kaseya’s 2017 MSP Partner of the Year and look forward to many more years of collaboration and success.”

Executive Choice for MSP of the Year went to Emerging IT, with the company awarded for its overall performance growth and advancement within the ANZ Kaseya community.

Other honourees on the day were Surety IT, Kaseya’s Emerging Partner of the Year, and C3 Group, who was awarded the Innovation Partner of the Year title.

Miguel Lopez, Kaseya managed services providers senior vice president, says, “Kaseya is fortunate to have an MSP community filled with the brightest, most dedicated partners in the industry.

“We succeed when our customers succeed. It is great to see them continue to grow their businesses and deliver high-quality IT services to their customers year after year.”  

Through its open platform and customer-centric approach, Kaseya delivers technologies that allow organisations to efficiently manage and secure IT.

Offered both on-premise and in the cloud, Kaseya solutions empower businesses to command all of IT centrally, easily manage remote and distributed environments, and automate across IT management functions.

Kaseya solutions manage over 10 million endpoints worldwide.

Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, Kaseya is privately held with a presence in over 20 countries. 

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