Updates like the ones affecting IT Glue and RocketCyber are technical integrations. What Kaseya calls “commercial integrations,” such as ensuring that every partner has a single account manager, gets a single bill for every product they use, and agrees to a single basic licensing framework, are an important priority as well.
“We are about 43% commercially integrated,” said Voccola yesterday during a keynote. “By the end of Q1 2023, we will be 100% commercially integrated with all Kaseya offerings.” That includes, he noted, the Datto offerings Kaseya expects to own well before next year.
Partners will see more consistency across product interfaces too. At present, according to Voccola, about 52% of Kaseya solutions utilize its standardized UI of the future. By the end of this year, it’ll be 81% and by the end of March next year, it will be 100%.
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