Autotask acquires CentraStage to broaden SaaS business management offering

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Autotask Corporation, provider of hosted IT business management technology, has agreed to acquire CentraStage, an award-winning company specialising in cloud-based remote monitoring and management (RMM) solutions. The acquisition will enable the combined customer base to solve IT problems more efficiently, ultimately increasing customer scalability and profitability.

"Our goal is always to provide exceptional value to our customers by improving the technical aspects of their operations and empowering them to make fact-based decisions to achieve business objectives," said Mark Cattini, President and CEO of Autotask. "CentraStage shares our vision of providing a superior customer experience, demonstrated by their exceptional satisfaction and retention rates. The unique value of our combined businesses will provide customers improved ROI and real-time visibility across their clients' entire computing environment."

As demand for technology and data continues to rise, scalability has become crucial for effective technology service management. CentraStage delivers a highly scalable, cloud-based architecture that enables users to remotely monitor and manage all of their endpoints (i.e. servers, computers and mobile devices) with complete visibility and control. Autotask's acquisition of CentraStage will take endpoint management to the next level, and its combined offering will empower customers to more quickly and easily deliver value in a true SaaS environment.

"Autotask is the industry leader because they understand what IT professionals need in today's fast-paced and ever-changing technology landscape," said Christian Nagele, CEO of CentraStage. "We are incredibly excited to join the Autotask team as we continue to redefine endpoint monitoring and management, and believe together we will deliver best-in-class solutions that focus on technology-enabled business outcomes."

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