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ScreenConnect integrates with Naverisk

ScreenConnect, the industry leading Remote Control solution integrates with Naverisk, the market leading unified RMM and Service Desk software platform for MSP's.

Auckland, New Zealand – 22nd September, 2014.

Today's announcement reflects a deeper partnership between two MSP industry leaders whom share a common goal of helping MSP’s grow their businesses using a best in class Remote Control, RMM and Service Desk solution.

"We are delighted that ScreenConnect have chosen to integrate their very well regarded Remote Control solution with Naverisk”. Says Jon Kalaugher, Naverisk’s Founder and CEO. "Our unified RMM and Service Desk platform combined with ScreenConnect’s Remote Control solution creates a very compelling platform offering for MSP’s. We remain 100% committed to continual improvements in our “out of the box” Remote Control options but with the ScreenConnect integration we are offering our partners choice with access to a premium Remote Control service”.

“It is always a pleasure to work with an organization with the reputation and industry status as Naverisk,” stated, Jeff Bishop, Business Development Manager, ScreenConnect. “I’m confident customers will find a lot of value in this integration. We look forward to the feedback from users and the future progression.”

Users of the Naverisk RMM and Service Desk platform now have the option to launch a ScreenConnect Remote Control session directly from the Naverisk web console, with one click install and uninstall and auto discovery of existing ScreenConnect installations.

The integration of these two market leading IT management solutions has been completed and will be available in the Naverisk 2014 R2 release, due Q4 2014.

About ScreenConnect

ScreenConnect is an industry leader in remote support, remote access and remote meeting solutions. The company separates itself in the market by providing a quality, self-hosted option for organizations of all sizes. ScreenConnect assists these organizations by providing a secure connection portal that is easy to use, compatible with Mac, Windows, Linux, iOS, Android and highly brandable.

About Naverisk

Naverisk is a market leading unified Remote Monitoring, Management and Service Desk platform allowing SMB focused IT companies to automate IT service delivery and streamline back office processes. With offices in New Zealand, The United Kingdom and the USA, Naverisk offers a truly localized partnership experience and is available as a Cloud service or as an onsite installation.


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