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Cloud drives 40 per cent channel growth for Kaseya

Cloud drives 40 per cent channel growth for Kaseya

Almost 70 per cent of new customers bought its Cloud offering in 2014

Kaseya has recorded global channel growth of 40 per cent in 2014 on the back of strong Cloud subscription numbers.

Almost 70 percent of Kaseya’s new customers purchased its Cloud offering in 2014, and new Cloud subscriptions grew by almost 40 percent year-over-year.

According to a company statement, the adoption of Kaseya’s Cloud offering was attributable to the quick time-to-value it offered managed service providers (MSPs) and mid-sized enterprises.

This enables them to deliver high quality IT services efficiently, and without the burden of building and maintaining their own IT management infrastructure.

Kaseya also reported strong growth in its new product offerings.

In 2014, Kaseya acquired Identity and Access Management (IAM) vendor, Scorpion Software, adding multi-factor authentication, single sign on and password management to its portfolio.

IAM revenue grew by 45 per cent in the second half of 2014 compared with the same period the year before.

Another acquired technology, 365 Command, which simplifies Microsoft Online Services management and administration, saw 60 per cent growth in the number of mailboxes under management in 2014, with more than two million total Office 365 mailboxes now under Kaseya management worldwide.

Kaseya made significant investments in its core VSA IT management product, fulfilling on its promise to deliver three product releases to its customers during the year.

One of the highlights was the release of the world's fastest remote control, enabling technicians to resolve issues remotely with great speed and reliability.

In addition, Kaseya brought to market integrated network monitoring to enable the management of the entire IT environment from a single solution.

The company saw its global channel business grow nearly 40 per cent year-over-year.

It added new channel partners in key regions and enhanced its global channel and alliance program in 2014.

501cTech president, Julie Chapman, said the company first chose Kaseya because their offering and roadmap was the best match for the organisation.

"Since then, Kaseya has continued to strengthen its core offering and has invested in new capabilities that enable us to keep pace with our customers’ changing needs," she said.

"As a result, we’ve been able to grow along with them. We view Kaseya as much more than just a solution provider, they are our trusted partner.”

Kaseya chief executive, Yogesh Gupta, said the company some very aggressive goals for 2014.

“We made it our priority to deliver important enhancements like our new remote control solution that make the day-to-day task of managing IT much easier, while also adding critical new capabilities such as Identity and Access Management so that MSPs and IT departments can deliver the kind of IT services required to be successful today and into the future,” he said.


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