N-able, a provider of security, backup, monitoring and remote management solutions for IT service providers, has appointed CoreTech, a cloud provider for the IT distribution market, as its fifth distributor in Italy. The announcement reflects the strong growth of the IT services market in the region, as small and medium-sized businesses look for more help than ever to optimize and secure their IT assets.
In business since 2000, CoreTech is the ideal choice for high-end enterprise solutions, with the goal of transforming resellers and VARs into cloud providers with leading-edge capabilities. CoreTech's focus on excellence and transformation support makes it the ideal partner for N-able. CoreTech will distribute N-able's full range of cloud and scalable solutions designed to help IT service providers more easily and effectively monitor, manage and protect their customers' systems and networks.
Johannes Kamleitner, Vice President of Worldwide Sales at N-able, said: "we are excited to work with CoreTech and expand our reach in Italy. This confirms our commitment to growth in Europe, with the goal of enabling more IT service providers to achieve their business goals and capitalize on the digital evolution. All companies, large and small, can benefit from our platform, whether they are emerging providers or national companies looking to expand. CoreTech will be an integral part of achieving our growth objectives, and we are excited about this collaboration."
Marino Vigliotti, Director of Sales at CoreTech, said: "N-able will be a strategic supplier for CoreTech. It will help us consolidate our position in the mid-sized MSP market, as well as provide a solid foundation to grow in the large enterprise market as well as in the public sector. Until today, CoreTech did not have RMM solutions for large enterprises, and N-able is a historical leader in this area. Our technical skills and deep market knowledge, combined with the way we support partners and communicate, will enable CoreTech to become the MSP reference point in Italy for N-able."