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CodeBlue awarded Kaseya's Regional Managed Services Partner

Kaseya Names New Zealand's CodeBlue as Regional Managed Services Partner of the Year

Sydney, 7 July 2014 - Kaseya, the leading provider of cloud-based IT management software, announced today that it has awarded its Managed Services Partner (MSP) of the Year accolade to New Zealand’s CodeBlue.

Kaseya selected CodeBlue due to their outstanding ability to deploy managed services strategies and deliver consistent leadership in the market through the adoption of Kaseya’s innovative technologies, including its comprehensive IT management platform and developments in the Microsoft Office365 management and Cloud Management space.

“We see CodeBlue as a consistent market leader,” said Dermot McCann, Kaseya’s managing director Australia and New Zealand. “In the past we’ve presented this award to recognise a particular level of innovation in the application of Kaseya solutions. While that is also the case with this year’s winner, the award this year is also in recognition of CodeBlue’s consistent excellence over time.”

A testament to their leadership in the market, CodeBlue was one of the first IT managed services providers in the region to partner with Kaseya and today is now one of the largest partners in the region. Kaseya now has in excess of 700 MSP and mid-market IT customers across Australia and New Zealand.

“Ten years ago CodeBlue set out to give mid-sized New Zealand companies ‘big company’ IT services at a price they could afford,” said CodeBlue’s co-founder and managing director, Ken Davis. “Our market leadership position today reflects our success in delivering on that objective and Kaseya has been a key enabler in our journey. Kaseya has continued to develop its products and keep pace with the evolution of our business. We bet heavily on Kaseya and our investment continues to be rewarded by CodeBlue’s reputation for the highest customer satisfaction metrics in our industry.”

About Kaseya
Kaseya is the leading provider of cloud-based IT management software. Kaseya solutions allow Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and IT organizations to efficiently manage IT in order to drive IT service and business success. Offered as both an industry-leading cloud solution and on-premise software, Kaseya solutions empower MSPs and mid-sized enterprises to command all of IT centrally, manage remote and distributed environments with ease, and automate across IT management functions. Kaseya solutions are in use by more than 10,000 customers worldwide in a wide variety of industries, including retail, manufacturing, healthcare, education, government, media, technology, finance, and more. Kaseya is privately held with a presence in over 20 countries. To learn more, please visit www.kaseya.com.

About CodeBlue Limited
CodeBlue is New Zealand’s leading IT managed services provider serving mid-sized companies and organisations. Around 150 staff work from offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Hawkes Bay, Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch and Invercargill. CodeBlue offers a fixed monthly price service, with highly flexible Service Level Agreements (SLAs) customised to the individual needs of each customer. Every customer is supported by a Trusted Advisor who coordinates both IT strategy through a Technology Roadmap process, as well as day-to-day support. Backing up CodeBlue's Trusted Advisors out in the field is a world class support infrastructure, including Service Desk and remote monitoring and diagnosis software tools. For more information, please visit: http://codeblue.co.nz/

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