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Kaseya unveils NZ MSP groups

31 Aug 10

IT management software provider Kaseya has launched a local user group in New Zealand.

The Auckland group aims to nurture collaboration between managed services providers and grow the level of expertise in the local community.

Ryan Spillane from Correct Solutions and Jeremy Hunt from Fisheye Technology will host the inaugural meeting in Auckland on September 10th.

Kaseya CEO Gerald Blackie will be present to discuss Kaseya’s road map and update local MSP partners with the latest company news and product features.

Tim Dickinson, Regional Director for Kaseya in New Zealand and Australia, said that the level of interest in Kaseya’s Australian groups was a driver behind the New Zealand sessions.

“We’ve been continuously investing in education and training for our MSP partners across the ANZ region, and the formation of our first New Zealand user group is the next step of supporting our local customer community,” he said.

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