Private equity firm Insight Venture Partners bought Kaseya nearly six years ago. Voccola, without divulging specifics, hints that a move to cash in on that investment by taking Kaseya public is approaching.
“I think we’ll be a public company,” he says. “In the relative near term, we’ll be a public company.”
Voccola expects Kaseya to attract plenty of shareholders too. “As we get larger, our growth rate is expanding,” he says. “That’s very rare. The bigger we get, the more customers we get, the faster we grow, and the more profitable we are. So I think it’s the right profile for an IPO.”
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