Level Platforms, ConnectWise Launch Upgrades for MSPsBy Jennifer Lawinski | Posted 2011-01-25 Email Print
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LPI Level Platforms' Manged Workplace 2011 and ConnectWise's StreamLine IT products have been given additional features to help managed service providers.
Managed services providers have two new tools in their arsenals from industry heavy-hitters LPI Level Platforms and ConnectWise.
Level Platforms released its Managed Workplace 2011 integrated remote monitoring, management and automation software platform for IT service providers in the managed services business on Tuesday. And ConnectWise, a business management solution for IT service providers, VARs and MSPs, launched an upgraded version of its StreamLine IT system.
The Level Platforms Managed Workplace 2011 product includes Automation OnDemand, an option device manager agent and improved IT integration capabilities with both local infrastructure and cloud services. It is available in both hosted cloud and on-premises versions.
"Managed Workplace 2011 is going to be a game changer for us this year. We could not be more excited about the hybrid approach of agent and agentless architecture, and we look forward to utilizing the new scripting engine to further automate our operations," Sean Furman, president of S.T.F. Consulting, said in a statement.
The Ottawa, Ontario-based company will be educating partners on the product in a 19-city road show across North America Feb. 8-24.
ConnectWise’s StreamLine IT upgrade is designed to help partners "capture additional sales opportunities when faced with an internal IT staff," the company said in a statement, by giving end users the ability to delve into performance metrics and service level data. Features of the product include a service board for insight into open IT issues, a dispatch portal to organize resources, detailed reports, insight into company projects and configuration management.
The company is also incorporating marketing resources in StreamLine IT, including sales training videos, sales sheets and marketing campaign kick-off e-mails for partners.
"Using StreamLine IT provides numerous benefits to our clients’ IT professionals as well as value to the C-suite executives, and helps distinguish us as not just a vendor of technical services but a business partner," said Jane Cage, COO of Harlan, Iowa-based solution provider Heartland Technology Solutions. "StreamLine IT, which now includes the sales and marketing toolkit, truly helps us support our clients' business objectives."