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​Spark Digital ends 2015 on a high with Kaseya MSP award

​Spark Digital ends 2015 on a high with Kaseya MSP award

“We're thrilled to be recognised for our work with Kaseya."

Spark Digital ended 2015 on a high, by taking out the Managed Service Providers of the Year award at Casey’s annual Kaseya Kup event in December.

An annual sailing event, hosted by the leading provider of complete IT management solutions for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), the annual Kaseya Kup recognises the innovation, performance and success of Kaseya's top partners throughout the year.

This year's winners included Spark Digital, recognised as showing the “most innovation, growth and integration” of Kaseya into the heart of the company’s solutions and services.

“We're thrilled to be recognised for our work with Kaseya,” says Gavin Sharkey, General Manager of Technology, Spark Digital Corporate ICT Services.

“To be named MSP of the Year is testament, not only to the hard work of the Spark Digital team, but also the support and services offering from Kaseya.”

According to Kellie Hackney, APAC sales director, Kaseya, many of the winners - including Spark Digital - are long-standing customers who Kaseya has been working with successfully for a number of years.

“We're so excited to be able to recognise these partners for their innovative use of Kaseya, their continued top performance and growth,” Hackney adds.

“It is our pleasure to be able to honour some of them for the ways in which they've used Kaseya to help grow their businesses and to deliver higher quality IT services to their end users.”


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