Kaseya Reflects on 2021 as Transformative Year and Looks Ahead to 2022

Strategic acquisitions, new data centers and the bolstering of a few key solutions have spurred the company forward.

Allison Francis

January 10, 2022

2 Min Read

Kaseya says it grew revenue more than 25% last year. That growth was driven by multiple acquisitions and helping MSPs expand their businesses through sales and marketing enablement.

“Kaseya’s massive growth in 2021 means we can make significant investments in 2022 to further strengthen our IT Complete suite of solutions,” said Fred Voccola, CEO of Kaseya. “This is both through strategic acquisitions and product innovations that eliminate the pain points IT professionals face. We expect to scale our team with over 1,300 new Kaseyans around the world who will help us enhance our best-in-breed products, provide five-star technical support and services, and ensure that we can deliver everything our customers need to grow their businesses.” 

Going Remote


Kaseya’s Fred Voccola

As MSPs and internal IT teams adjusted to new hybrid and remote work environments, Kaseya provided hundreds of deep workflow integrations that allowed IT pros to work more efficiently and overcome business challenges around cybersecurity and compliance that grew in complexity throughout 2021.

“While 2021 saw economic recovery in certain parts of the world, IT professionals still faced incredible uncertainty as they navigated ever-evolving IT environments on budgets that continue to be stretched by a growing volume of new technologies,” said Voccola. “We made two acquisitions that addressed key pain points for MSPs and SMBs, launched our Connect IT Community and released innovative new products like VulScan — all with a focus on helping our customers eliminate wasted time and stretch their budgets further. The IT Complete suite continues to be the gold standard for IT professionals in need of solutions that are truly automated, secure and priced right to ensure maximum profitability.”

Kaseya will continue to grow in 2022, Voccola said. The company has plans for new hires at its Miami headquarters as well as its offices in Dublin, Krakow and Sydney.

The Customer Focus

“One of our biggest strengths is our relationship with our customers; our senior executive team holds thousands of ‘pulse check’ meetings every year so we can truly listen and continuously improve,” Voccola said. “We intend to provide even more integrations between our product suites in 2022 to allow customers to save more time and work more efficiently.”

Voccola said Kaseya intends to continue investing heavily across all of its product suites. A significant focus will be on the security services their customers need to protect their businesses. That, and the growing complexity of compliance regulations. 

“2022 is going to be a big year for us with game-changing innovations and next-level advancements that will transform how our customers do business,” said Voccola.

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Allison Francis

Allison Francis is a writer, public relations and marketing communications professional with experience working with clients in industries such as business technology, telecommunications, health care, education, the trade show and meetings industry, travel/tourism, hospitality, consumer packaged goods and food/beverage. She specializes in working with B2B technology companies involved in hyperconverged infrastructure, managed IT services, business process outsourcing, cloud management and customer experience technologies. Allison holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations and marketing from Drake University. An Iowa native, she resides in Denver, Colorado.

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