Kaseya awarded for helping its customers navigate the challenges of COVID-19 through the Kaseya Cares program
New York and Miami – September 23, 2020 – Kaseya, the leading provider of IT and security management solutions for managed service providers (MSPs) and small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), has been recognized with a 2020 Tech Cares Award from technology review platform TrustRadius for the Kaseya Cares emergency response program. Since April, Kaseya Cares has provided over $10 million in direct financial assistance as well as government relief navigation and business guidance to MSP customers navigating the coronavirus pandemic.
The Tech Cares award celebrates B2B technology companies that have gone above and beyond to provide their communities, clients and front-line workers with support during the COVID-19 crisis. TrustRadius based its decisions on both nominations, which were thoroughly vetted by the company’s research team, and reviewer feedback on the TrustRadius site.
“We are excited to announce our first-ever Tech Cares Award winners,” said Vinay Bhagat, CEO, TrustRadius. “We have been completely inspired by the way the B2B technology industry responded to COVID-19. So many companies pivoted with grace, leading to many of them standing out in our minds as major community contributors. Not only do we feel that these companies are deserving of recognition, but we also consider their example when deciding how we ourselves can find new ways to give back.”
“Kaseya is honored to receive the 2020 Tech Cares Award because it shows that our program has truly made a positive impact in our industry,” said Fred Voccola, CEO, Kaseya. “Our customers have empowered us to build an incredible company over the last 20 years, so we knew we needed to give back during this challenging economic time. From creating a special COVID-19 MSP Response Training Module with renowned expert Gary Pica to helping our customers navigate the ins and outs of government relief, our Kaseya Cares program provides the tools needed for MSPs to not just survive but thrive in 2020.”