Quarterly Regional Symposium Provides the MSP Executive Community with A Forum to Discuss Leading Challenges Affecting Businesses and Markets
NEW YORK – April 25, 2016 – Kaseya®, the leading provider of complete IT management solutions for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and small to midsized businesses, today announced the Kaseya Executive Summit Program, a quarterly thought leadership series designed to bring together MSP executives to discuss the leading strategic challenges affecting their businesses and the markets they serve. The Kaseya Executive Summit will launch at Kaseya Connect 2016, Kaseya’s annual three-day educational and networking event held May 3-5, 2016, in Carlsbad, Calif.
The first Executive Summit Program event in the series is the MSP M&A Symposium, which will examine the burgeoning industry consolidation trend from all perspectives – with the purpose of providing insight to MSP executives whether they are considering a purchase, a sale, a merger of equals, or want to learn how this trend will affect their business. Informative sessions from industry experts (transaction advisors, private equity, successful sellers and buyers) will educate participants on how to evaluate opportunities to grow through merger or acquisition, how to prepare for an exit, and most importantly, how to avoid myriad pitfalls. The forum will specifically focus on how mergers and acquisitions impact MSPs throughout their lifecycle.
Complementary registration for the MSP M&A Symposium is available for all MSP executives – whether or not they are Kaseya customers – for more information and to register, please visit: http://info.kaseya.com/MASymposium.html?source=PR&adk=Kaseya
“The MSP landscape is hyper-competitive, and constantly changing as a result of near-daily M&A activity in the industry,” said Fred Voccola, CEO of Kaseya. “Our MSP M&A Symposium will serve as neutral ground, where MSP executives across all verticals come together to discuss their perspectives on the market landscape, challenges and draw their own conclusions to better understand the MSP market as it stands now and where it is going in the future.”