“My new role will allow the MSP community to communicate more directly with Kaseya on what’s important to them," said the new exec.

Claudia Adrien

August 2, 2022

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New leadership from within the ranks
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Kaseya has promoted Dan Tomaszewski to executive vice president of the channel.

The channel knows Tomaszewski best for building Powered Services, the sales and marketing enablement platform. It helps MSPs better overcome sales objections and earn new business. He leads a team of channel experts and former MSP professionals to equip, educate and empower MSPs to be more successful and profitable through proven strategies, content marketing campaigns and training.

In this new role, Tomaszewski will work on various new programs to support the MSP community. He will take their feedback and ensure a persistent focus to amplify their voice, the company said. This will provide continued improvement on customer experience.

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Kaseya’s Fred Voccola

Fred Voccola is Kaseya’s CEO.

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“As a former CEO of an MSP, Dan really understands their pain points and what they need to thrive,” Voccola said. “He has built an amazing support system for the community that not only provides resources, but also success coaching. In doing so, it has helped countless MSPs boost their sales and marketing initiatives and make more money.”

Facing Challenges Head On

Powered Services has helped more than 7,000 MSPs close deals, get to market faster and become more lucrative, the company said.

“We work with MSPs every day and get really strong feedback around what additional resources they need to improve from a sales, marketing and operational perspective,” Tomaszewski said. “I plan to take all the input my team has received in working with thousands of MSPs around the world to continue building and enhancing the services we provide.”

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Kaseya’s Dan Tomaszewski

MSPs face the challenge of creating efficient sales and marketing campaigns while juggling client needs and technical troubleshooting. The constraints on their time and lack of sales and marketing expertise can impede them from growing their business. Tomaszewski said he will make such concerns known to Kaseya leadership on a revolving basis. He added that he has a “direct line to all of Kaseya’s decision makers.”

“My new role will allow the MSP community to communicate more directly with Kaseya on what’s important to them. Our goal is to allow the MSP community to know that Kaseya is listening to them and working to improve our business, while helping to grow their business,” Tomaszewski said.

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Claudia Adrien

Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.

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