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The show must go on for N-Able

Managed Services

The upcoming N-Able 2013 Global Partner Summit in Scottsdale, Ariz., looks to be one of the more interesting conferences in the channel. Reason being is that N-Able as a new moniker: N-able by SolarWinds.  The Ottawa-based remote monitoring and management services vendor will hold the conference at the Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center on Oct. 23 and the theme this year will be “Automation | Cloud | Change.”

The three-day event has been designed by the company to empower N-able’s channel partners and managed services providers to lead by every measure and be recognized as the world’s most successful MSP partners. Registration for the annual Global Partner Summit is now open at http://summit.n-able.com/register.html.

Mike Cullen, host of N-able’s Summit and senior vice president of sales for the global RMM leader, said technology innovations are rapidly changing how business gets done and opening up a wider playing field for agile MSPs who master IT automation and know what it takes to build and run a high-value, service-oriented business that delivers measurable results.

The conference will feature business, sales and technical tracks, including partner-led sessions. The goal of N-able is to deliver proven MSP strategies for business growth for attendees. The Summit also presents the first real opportunity for channel partners to network key SolarWinds executives.

Featured speakers include top MSP partners such as Sean Vojtasko, executive vice president of BlueWave Computing, along with MSP consultant and sales training expert Gary Pica, president of TruMethods. On Oct. 24, N-able will also host a Tech Showcase in conjunction with vendor partners AltiGen Communications, Autotask, ConnectWise, Datto, Digital Gateway, Live Virtual Help Desk, OpenDNS, Roaring Penguin Software, TruMethods and Vembu.