Remote monitoring and management automation solution provider, N-able Technologies, plans to double its local partner base size and more than double the size of its team on the ground in the coming year.
The company has seen significant growth in the three years it has been in the local market and has increased its partner base by more than 40 per cent over the past year.
N-able Technologies vice-president of sales, Mike Cullen, said it expects to see a similar proportionate increase in partner numbers over the same period.
Company president, JP Jauvin, said the A/NZ market is a key managed services environment in the world and strategic to its growth plan.
“Our local managed service provider partners have been an influence on our direction, strategy and roadmap,” he said.
The company claimed managed services is so strong in the region because of the strength of the IT industry and the fact that local businesses tended to be early adopters of the technology.
N-able further intends to utilise its local success as a springboard into the Asian market.
“With the success of our A/NZ operations, we plan to launch into several Asian countries next year,” Jauvin said.