“I’m actually pretty excited about the announcements. First, it means that ConnectWise is very significantly reinvesting in itself, becoming stronger and better able to compete with the other leaders in our industry. To me, this is very good news for those who, like me, chose to standardize on the ConnectWise platform.
“Second, and specifically in the case of Continuum, I had always chosen to stay away from them because I felt that they were a different ecosystem than ConnectWise and now (given a little time) they won’t be. To be honest, almost immediately after the announcement, I found myself in the solutions pavilion looking at a list of services that Continuum could do for my company.”
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