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N-able CEO Reveals Plans for 2022 as a Publicly Traded Company

“You’ll see us pushing and being a little bit more opportunistic in 2022.”

Christine Horton

December 10, 2021

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“You’ll see us pushing and being a little bit more opportunistic in 2022.”

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N-able’s John Pagliuca

Those are the words of John Pagliuca, N-able CEO and president. The comment follows a busy six months where the company was spun off from SolarWinds as an independent, publicly traded company.

“We augmented a completely new leadership team; we brought in a CTO, a chief marketing officer, a general counsel. We completely separated the organization’s structure, we rebranded with a new focus,” he told Channel Futures.

“We have this rally cry: ‘forward together.” It’s really giving birth to this new publicly traded company, but also to the MSP partners as we’re going through this together.”

Pagliuca was in London this week speaking to 60 of the company’s top U.K. MSPs. While there he shared his thoughts on the current major tailwinds that they must pursue for growth. He also dished on what separates a “bottom quartile MSP from a top quartile MSP.”

Finally, he flagged N-able’s plans for 2022, and how its focus on security will help it stand out in a crowded market.

Click on the slideshow above to find out what he said.

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About the Author(s)

Christine Horton

Contributing Editor, Channel Futures

Christine Horton writes about all kinds of technology from a business perspective. Specializing in the IT sales channel, she is a former editor and now regular contributor to leading channel and business publications. She has a particular focus on EMEA for Channel Futures.

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