Workspot Extendeds VDI Platform to Support MSPs
February 22, 2024
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Workspot has extended its VDI platform to support managed services providers (MSPs).

The company is expanding its reach across technology solutions providers, channel partners, and now MSPs through a new improved partner program that allows the resale of Workspot software platform licenses, as well as integrating Workspot’s platform into their own managed services.

"At Workspot, we recognize the unique challenges channel partners and MSPs face, which is why we're offering partners access to a platform purpose-built by former MSP, for MSPs. This enables seamless delivery of VDI solutions that drive profitability, operational efficiency, and customer satisfaction," explained Jim Garrity, Channel Chief at Workspot. “As we continue our mission to empower partners and revolutionize the VDI landscape, our MSP model underscores our commitment to enrich and engage with the channel ecosystem. With the inclusion of our MSP model, we’re equipping our partners with a diverse array of solutions suited to adapt and overcome the uncertainties of today's VDI market.”

Workspot is inherently designed for MSPs and distributed workforces. Workspot provides everything MSPs need without any of the compromises that come with legacy VDI solutions. Engineered for simplicity, Workspot’s VDI technology is easy for MSPs to implement, manage, and operate, while requiring significantly less back-end infrastructure and far fewer IT resources.

“As businesses increasingly outsource their IT needs, the MSP market is poised for exponential growth this year. However, legacy VDI solutions are leaving MSPs burdened with complexity, rigidity, and ballooning costs," said Brad Tompkins, President and COO at Workspot. "Workspot was built from the ground up with MSPs in mind. Our platform's inherent elasticity, multi-tenancy, and intelligent automation redefine what's possible for MSPs – slashing operational overhead, empowering seamless scalability, and delivering exceptional user experiences. We're thrilled to forge a path forward with MSPs, towards a future of effortless, profitable VDI.”

MSPs will benefit from powerful, competitively priced capabilities, strengthening customer relationships and ensuring their users are consistently satisfied.

MSPs can offer end-user performance and satisfaction with 99.99% reliability and availability using Workspot hybrid multi-cloud, multi-region design with global desktop. Workspot Control, Watch, and Trends enable easy single console management, in-depth real-time monitoring and alerts, and deep historical insight for proactive protection and intelligent planning, respectively.

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