Kaseya, a global provider of unified IT management and security software for managed service providers (MSPs), small to mid-size businesses (SMBs) and mid-market enterprises (MMEs), announced its expansion of the Kaseya + Datto Global Partner Program and its increased investment in channel partners, through doubled marketing development funds (MDF) and a larger team.
The Global Partner Program is a tiered system with partners moving up depending on their annual spend – Silver ($1,000), Gold ($25,000), Platinum ($100,000) and Blue Diamond ($250,000). Now, customers can combine their Datto and Kaseya spend, meaning that many of them will qualify at higher levels. Depending on their level, customers get free services such as enablement team support, live technical webinars, 24/7/365 customer support, free passes to industry events and much more.
At DattoCon 2022, Kaseya CEO Fred Voccola announced an increase of more than 300 percent in the resources for the program allowing for more assistance in event planning and execution, as well as twice the amount of MDF to assist partners directly in the acceleration of their business. Furthermore, those in the partner program will get to 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 has grown from a three-person team under Datto to a 60-person team at Kaseya. This team is a mix of Kaseya and Datto leadership, including Matt Scully, channel veteran and former Datto employee, who has returned to the organization as a senior channel development manager. Kaseya also promoted three vice presidents of business development for three different regions – Michael DePalma (North America), Greg Jones (Europe) and Shaun Witherden (APAC). This team is dedicated to helping Kaseya’s MSP partners succeed.
All levels will get 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.
Additionally, the company offers Virtual MSP Partner Days so MSP partners can continue learning about the evolving market and how to grow their business. These one-day events will feature different learning tracks so MSPs can invest their time in what will help their business the most as well as can’t-miss keynote presentations and cash prizes.
To learn more, visit www.kaseya.com.