Pax8 and SkyKick expand partnership

Pax8 has expanded its partnership to a global agreement with SkyKick, offering managed service providers (MSPs) access to its advanced Cloud Manager application. The technology provides a powerful solution that automates workflows and tasks to increase helpdesk productivity.

“IDC predicts that worldwide ‘whole cloud’ spending will surpass $1.3 trillion by 2025,” said Ryan Walsh, Chief Operating Officer at Pax8. “As companies migrate more of their technology to the cloud, the number of licenses and solutions MSPs manage will increase considerably. SkyKick’s solution and Pax8’s technology marketplace together simplify the experience so partners can easily increase efficiency and productivity.”



SkyKick’s Cloud Manager solution enables MSPs to quickly administer several tasks from a single command center throughout their entire client ecosystem. Its advanced technology resolves tickets faster, automates complex workflows across cloud, hybrid, and on-premises environments, and reduces the risk of security exposure. With Cloud Manager, MSPs can increase their operational efficiency and diversify their solutions portfolio, significantly growing revenue.



“As IT service providers (ITSPs) around the world operate in this evolving cloud channel, they are turning to SkyKick automation to help them solve their operational and security complexities, reduce help desk support costs, strengthen security, and improve customer satisfaction,” said Jan Kaan, EMEA General Manager and Director of Breadth Sales at SkyKick. “We're excited to further strengthen our partnership with Pax8 and to broaden access to the power of our cloud automation platform in order to further enable global ITSPs to succeed.”

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