Posts Tagged ‘managed services’
The IT management software specialist announces plans to buy the Ottawa-based RMM vendor in a $120 million cash deal. N-able says it will retain its brand and channel-focused strategy.
Despite marketplace challenges and shifting business models, solution providers remain exceedingly profitable, as services fill their wallets with cash. The 2112 Group’s ‘Profitability in the Channel’ report reveals key trends about solution provider profitability. Here are five things you need to know.
The managed services segment will continue to grow at a double-digit rate over the next four years, as businesses turn to service offerings to fulfill their IT and telecommunications needs rather than expanding staffing and fixed overhead.
Powersolution.com was an early adopter of a relatively new platform from SaaS Markets purpose-built for launching and running an app store available to clients of its growing practice.
Zenith Infotech is scheduled to go before India regulators to appeal the barring of its officers from trading in the public stock markets. The company’s chairman, Rajkumar Saraf, says the Securities and Exchange Board of India overstepped its bounds. A loss could prove devastating to the cloud computing company.
A good way for MSPs to turbocharge their practices is by introducing security as an attached sale to other products and services that they’re already selling.
Kendra Krause, the company’s new channel sales chief for the Americas, says Sophos will invest in new products and programs to support a cloud business model and an appeal to managed security service providers.
Over 2012, 15 members of the reseller community sold their businesses, and judging by the main-stage content at this week’s Spring Invitational, that trend isn’t slowing down in 2013.
GFI Software may be in throes of redefining itself, but the firm is staying true to its SMB core customer base with a slew of feature tweaks to its managed services platform that take into account mobile and Mac OS X environments.
The 2112 Group in collaboration with CA Technologies today announced findings from a recent study highlighting how IT and business services will change the value and composition of the IT channel for vendors and customers.