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N-able Technologies, maker of remote monitoring and management software for managed service providers, appointed COO JP Jauvin company president.
Remote monitoring and management software maker N-able Technologies announced its chief operating officer JP Jauvin will be taking on an expanded leadership role as president of the Ottowa, Canada-based company.
Jauvin will continue to report to N-able CEO Gavin Garbutt and will be responsible for the software maker’s global strategy, sales and operations. He will also oversee the development and execution of N-able’s programs, services and technologies, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
Since joining N-able as COO in June, Jauvin is credited with incorporating a new level of innovation and next-gen IT automation to the company’s product and toolsets, the company said.
"N-able has become a very exciting and successful growth story for the IT industry," Garbutt said in a statement. "Under the leadership of JP and our executive team, N-able’s MSP partners will continue to reign as the industry’s top-performing MSPs. Together we will ignite the proliferation of managed services in 2011 and seize the opportunity."
According to N-able, the company’s MSP partners grew their SMB business using N-central by 75 percent and its midmarket reseller program grew 100 percent year-over-year.
MSP adoption of N-able’s freemium services and 100 percent
IT coverage model continues to exceed expectations and attract new channel
partners, the company said.