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19 Jul 21
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19 Jul 21
QBS Software Is Appointed as a Distributor of N-able in the UK

QBS Software has announced a new distribution partnership with N-able in the UK, strengthening its focus and commitment to providing partners and customers with top-tier technology solutions. QBS brings more than 30 years of success in increasing the efficient delivery of enterprise software solutions to more than 240,000 organizations throughout the EMEA region.

N-able empowers managed services providers (MSPs) to help small and medium-sized enterprises navigate the digital evolution. With a flexible technology platform and powerful integrations, they make it easy for MSPs to monitor, manage, and protect their end customer systems, data, and networks.

The new distribution relationship will help accelerate deployment of the N-able portfolio while strengthening existing QBS offerings, ultimately helping MSPs and their customers achieve their business growth goals.

“We are confident that the partnership of N-able and QBS will empower MSPs in the UK—whether they are an emerging provider with a staff of a few people or a national enterprise services provider looking to standardize and scale their business, our platform is designed to enable them to succeed,” said Johannes Kamleitner, vice president of global channel sales, N-able. “We believe QBS will play an essential role in supporting our MSPs; together, we will work on enhancing their business development by providing resources and support that go beyond technology to help them transform and thrive.”

Dave Stevinson, chief executive of QBS, said, “N-able benefits from a strong MSP pedigree, being widely recognised, and awarded through its long-standing experience in the MSP market space. Partnering with N-able, MSPs have the opportunity to boost their profitability by developing multiple sources of recurring revenue—we look forward to this new strategic partnership and helping our MSP partners deliver exceptional value and achieve success at scale.”