Yesterday, managed services software vendor SolarWinds MSP announced new connections between its on-premises and cloud-based software portfolios. In a conversation with ChannelPro about those moves, general manager John Pagliuca shared some additional nuggets of information, including these.
Though yesterday’s announcements were the first instances of cross-pollination between the LOGICnow and N-able platforms, they weren’t the first example of tighter connections between SolarWinds MSP products. That came in October when the company finished linking MSP Remote Monitoring & Management with its MSP Risk Intelligence system, which helps companies inventory sensitive data and spot flaws in their security defenses.
The latter product, which had been “moderately successful” before the integration, according to Pagliuca, has been selling far more briskly since then.
“We’ve seen [sales] basically double month over month over month,” he says.
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