N-able Technologies Partners with Ingram Micro
June 02, 2011
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N-able Technologies, a provider of remote monitoring and management (RMM) automation software for managed service providers (MSPs) and IT departments, announced an alliance with the Services Division of Ingram Micro to offer its N-central 8.0 RMM platform and complementary tools sets across North America via the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace.

Starting soon, N-central 8.0 can be purchased by Ingram Micro solution providers and MSPs as part of the distributor's growing IT cloud services portfolio. In addition, N-able's Security Manager Endpoint and Anti-spam as well as Audit Manager and Report Manager products will also be offered through the distributor.

Under terms of the North American agreement, N-able and Ingram Micro will work together to provide the technology, resources and expertise required by MSPs and solution providers to earn recurring revenues, reduce service costs and increase customer satisfaction by offering proactive managed services to their end customers in a cloud, software-as-a-service or on-premise model.

Launched in May, N-central 8.0 offers the industry's most advanced, remote IT automation technology and business-oriented support services. Through use of the software, MSPs and IT professionals can remotely manage and effectively support up to 750 devices per technician. Boasting a unique hybrid licensing model that eliminates the barriers to deploying RMM, N-central allows MSPs and solution providers to:

* Efficiently and easily automate a wide range of IT services and routine tasks for customers

* Proactively and effectively deliver services to customers in a cost- and time-optimized way

* Report on the performance of IT services with ease and detail

* Monitor the availability and performance of devices with rules-based notifications that are always received by the right person at the right time

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