In addition, our N-compass reporting software has simplified the art of demonstrating ROI to clients, while our hosted, on-demand version of N-central, which includes N-central Express, has accelerated the adoption of managed services among the IT channel by minimizing costs and maximizing partners' profitability potential practically overnight.
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Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) December 30, 2008
In the face of a challenging worldwide marketplace, N-able Technologies® is pleased to announce another record-breaking year of growth for its partners, as well as its award-winning N-central® network and systems management software and unrivaled business support services.
In addition to several technology innovations, N-able grew its international sales by more than two-hundred percent in 2008, and expanded its global footprint to include Australia, and New Zealand, as well as countries in Northern and Western Europe. The company also established operations in Hong Kong and India, while extending its reach into the UK and growing its market share in North America.
Today, N-able has approximately 1,700 partners in 41 countries, supporting 36,000 SMB customers worldwide and holds several strategic alliances with leading software innovators and manufacturers including Intel, Microsoft, American Power Conversion (APC), 3Com, Quest, VMware and others. The company is planning a series of educational seminars for 2009, including a European road show in February that will highlight how solution providers can cut IT service delivery costs while growing revenues.
"Our focus has been, and will continue to be, on enabling and accelerating partner growth by providing solution providers and MSPs of all sizes the support, insight, training and resources necessary to successfully sell managed services into small and mid-size businesses and help their customers do more with less," says Gavin Garbutt, president & CEO of N-able Technologies. "We had a record-breaking year of innovation and expansion in 2008, and I am pleased to report that our partners' growth and success stories are stronger than ever and set to gain a contagious momentum as we enter into 2009."
From a technology perspective, Garbutt attributes much of the company's success, as well as its partners', to the continued innovations behind its N-central and N-compass™ software, as well as the April 2008 introduction of its new N-central Express™ hosted, one-year subscription-based software offering which can be downloaded by Microsoft partners and MSP Alliance members at no cost and with no obligation for one year.
"Over the last several months deployment of our N-central 6.7 software has become practically turn-key - removing the technical barriers to entry and allowing our partners to more easily monitor virtually any IP-enabled device, including networking infrastructure such as routers, switches and printers," says Garbutt. "In addition, our N-compass reporting software has simplified the art of demonstrating ROI to clients, while our hosted, on-demand version of N-central, which includes N-central Express, has accelerated the adoption of managed services among the IT channel by minimizing costs and maximizing partners' profitability potential practically overnight."
On a macro-level, Garbutt says another key contributor to the growing demand for N-able's software is the economic pressures businesses are facing, as well as the strategic importance companies are now placing on the health, security and accessibility of their network. N-able partner Ted Warner, President of Connecting Point - Greeley, agrees stating that companies of all sizes are beginning to understand the business value and advantage IT brings to the table which is good news for IT service providers who are able to offer true managed services.
"The pressures of the economy combined with the need for increased productivity and cost-savings have forced businesses to take a closer look at their IT investments and rationalize what's best for their business," says Warner. "This reality has presented a great 'in' for IT service providers like us who offer a fixed-fee service contract, can demonstrate ROI, and are using N-able's N-central software to easily monitor and manage their technology investments remotely at anytime and from anywhere."
As a pioneer of managed services, N-able has always stressed the importance of having the right technology, as well as the right partner training, support, processes and education. In 2008, the company held its first worldwide Partner Conference in Dallas, Texas with more than 500 solution providers and MSPs in attendance. The industry leader also delivered nearly 100 educational seminars via webinar and road shows around the globe.
"Our No. 1 focus is ensuring all of our partners, regardless of company size, have what they need to grow profitably and become among the IT industry's top IT service providers and MSPs," concludes Garbutt. "This has been an incredible year that has encouraged innovation and growth and allowed us to bring to market the industry's best network and systems management software at a time when businesses need it most. We look forward to another great year in 2009."
For more information about N-able, visit http://www.n-able.com or call 1-877-655-4689.
About N-able Technologies
N-able Technologies is the preferred global supplier of network and systems management software to IT service organizations and managed service providers (MSPs). N-able's proven remote monitoring and management platform and specialized support services offer the right combination of technology, people and processes, which help IT service providers to deliver highly profitable managed services to small and medium-sized businesses. N-able maintains operations in North America, the U.K., Asia-Pacific and Australia. http://www.n-able.com
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