Kaseya's cost effective managed IT services for SMEs

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ST. HELIER, JERSEY: Kaseya, a global provider of IT automation software for IT solution providers, public and private sector IT organisations, recently announced its official launch into South Africa. Kaseya will initially target Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to help them deliver proactive IT management and monitoring services to their customers, and will support its expansion by running a series of educational seminars.


Kaseya's IT Automation software empowers MSPs to differentiate their service beyond the traditional "break/fix" model and add value for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The software provides MSPs with a powerful and simplified single framework for the implementation of IT procedures, policies and practices, enabling them to automate essential administrative duties and remotely manage distributed IT infrastructure easily and efficiently with one integrated Web-based platform.

To support its drive into South Africa, Kaseya is offering MSPs the chance to download and evaluate its software at no charge for a 30-day period. "The launch of Kaseya in South Africa presents a significant growth opportunity for MSPs, providing a complete platform for the development of rapid, proactive managed IT services that will attract new customers, increase staff productivity and enhance customer satisfaction," Hayward commented. "The SME sector in South Africa is set for phenomenal growth and by using the Kaseya platform MSPs will be ideally placed to equip these businesses with the optimised IT infrastructure they need to compete effectively."

"A full time IT department is out of reach for many SMEs in South Africa, due to cost and a scarcity of IT skills in the region", said Gerald Blackie, Kaseya CEO. "The launch of Kaseya in South Africa will empower MSPs to differentiate their service in this competitive market and take advantage of growing demand from smaller businesses for reliable and flexible IT managed services, while reducing their own IT management costs."