Kaseya Expands Global Partner Program, Committing to Channel Partners

Kaseya Expands Global Partner Program, Committing to Channel Partners

By Greg Tavarez

Organizations are more empowered to manage IT infrastructure, secure networks, back up critical data, manage service operations and grow their businesses through Kaseya and its array of IT management solutions from the likes of Datto. Since being acquired by Kaseya, Datto sees its offerings expanded and innovated. A more recent example is the Kaseya company’s second-generation family of cloud managed switches, which fueled Kaseya’s IT Complete platform.

With Kaseya CEO Fred Voccola announcing an increase of over 300% in the resources, Kaseya looks to expand the Kaseya + Datto Global Partner Program and its increased investment in channel partners through doubled marketing development funds, or MDF and a larger team.

Every partner in the program now gets credit toward Silver, Gold, Platinum and Blue Diamond status in the program based on their combined spending on Datto and Kaseya products, meaning that partners have more of a chance to qualify for higher levels.

Depending on their level, customers get free services. Perks include enablement team support, live technical webinars, 24/7 customer support, free passes to industry events and more. All levels gain access to Powered Services Jumpstart and its marketing automation tool that allows MSPs to customize sales sheets to their business. This platform includes exclusive content to assist MSPs through M&A deals.

“Since the Datto acquisition, we’ve been building on their highly successful Global Partner Program to extend its benefits across all of Kaseya,” said Voccola. “We take the program to a whole new level with enhanced benefits across all tiers along with a significant increase in our company’s investment in the program.”

Those in the partner program also work directly with Kaseya’s MSP Enablement team to make their events and webinars more strategic to yield the desired results. The MSP Enablement team is now a 60-person team at Kaseya with a mix of Kaseya and Datto leadership. This team is exclusively dedicated to helping Kaseya’s MSP partners succeed.

Additionally, the company offers Virtual MSP Partner Days to allow MSP partners to learn about the market and how to grow their business.

The program won’t stop there, either, as Kaseya and Datto look to further innovate the program to provide MSPs with everything they need to succeed.

Kaseya is a MSP Expo platinum sponsor in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Feb. 14-17, 2023. #TECHSUPERSHOW includes nearly a dozen collocated business technology events that bring buyers, users, sellers and partners together under one roof to educate and build business relationships around the technologies driving business success today. Kaseya will be in Booth #415 in the exhibit hall.




Edited by Greg Tavarez
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