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Kaseya can be pardoned for tooting its own horn a little right now. The IT management vendor is coming off what it calls a record year in which it raised $500 million in fresh investment capital, produced $300 million in annual bookings, and entered the holiday season with a $2 billion valuation.
What explains those milestones, and what’s the plan for 2020? ChannelPro asked CEO Fred Voccola those and other questions in an interview earlier this week. Here are some highlights of his responses.
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