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N-able Technologies delivers 40 per cent sales growth increase in A/NZ for 2011

N-able Technologies delivers 40 per cent sales growth increase in A/NZ for 2011

Expects 2012 to be a year of further growth

Automation software provider, N-able Technologies, has exceeded its operating plan in 2011.

The company reported an increase in performance, growth and satisfaction ratings of more than 40 per cent from its global partner base.

Its year-end 2011 sales report shows the number of SMBs currently under management by its MSP partners using the N-able N-central platform has developed from 22,000 end-users to more than 59,000 – an increase of nearly 200 per cent since January 2010.

The report notes the number of devices being managed on a worldwide basis by N-able partners using N-central has grown by more than 235 per cent.

The company also welcomed hundreds of new international partners to the N-able partner community and forged a number of strategic alliances with industry leaders and associations.

They included Ingram Micro, the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA), International Business Products (IBPI), the ASCII Group, MSP Alliance and NetEnrich.

N-able also introduced a number of new technologies, programs and resources for its channel partners in 2011.

“In 2011, we saw a number of international MSPs switch to N-able to accelerate their managed services practices. We’ve seen tremendous growth in our international business over the last three years and expect these numbers to soar in 2012,” N-able Technologies vice-president of sales, Mike Cullen, said.

The company forecast continued growth in 2012, marked by another recent inflection point driving record adoption of managed services among SMBs.

“In 2012, N-able will deliver next-generation service automation software that will take managed services mainstream within the solution provider community and ignite adoption among SMBs worldwide,” N-able Technologies president and chief operating officer, JP Jauvin, said.

He said it will not deviate from its go-to-market strategy and continue to develop in partner enablement and invest in the technology, training and resources partners require.

Jauvin added that N-able will be hiring in 2012.


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