Saturday, 28th November 2020

Kaseya continues its European expansion

Kaseya, provider of complete IT management solutions for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and small to midsized businesses, opens its new Dublin based EMEA headquarters on July 20, 2016. The bigger office will house 40 employees, with room to expand to a staff of 70, reflecting Kaseya's consistently growing presence throughout Europe.

Europe is and remains an important market for Kaseya and the company plans to continue to increase its European business over the coming year. Kaseya's Dublin based headquarters has always been a hub for customer support and for the company's financial and human resource teams, but with this significant expansion, will now serve as a sales hub and also house roles in customer success and marketing. In addition, the Dublin office is the headquarters for Kaseya's European leadership team. Apart from Dublin, Kaseya has European offices in London, Munich and The Hague.
"We're committed to our customers and want to be wherever they are," said Miguel Lopez, General Manager, Kaseya. "We're excited to continue our European expansion to meet the growing demand for complete IT solutions across Europe. These larger headquarters in Dublin offer us the chance to grow our European business while also serving our current customers."
"This expansion allows us to more efficiently grow our work force and to better support our customers," said Ann Curley, Vice President of Global Human Resources for Kaseya. "Being based in Dublin, we have access to a highly educated, multilingual and English speaking workforce that will help us realize our plans for growth in the coming year."
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