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Kaseya CEO Fred Voccola On COVID-19, Connect IT And ConnectWise

‘Show me a business growing around 20 percent a year. We‘re well over $300 million. We’re 1,380 people worldwide. We’re not a small business. My peers are having a much more difficult time. We have not laid off a single employee, nor will we lay off employees. We’re actually still hiring,’ says Kaseya CEO Fred Voccola.

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How is Kaseya doing during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic?

We‘re doing quite well. And I hate saying that at a time where a lot of people are not. It kind of sucks to think about how many people have lost their jobs and how many people are freaking out. This economic downturn is unlike any that I’ve ever seen for a couple of reasons. One, the acuteness of it was instant. Businesses were told you can’t operate. You have to shut your doors. And it’s tough. It wasn’t as if you see a cycle coming and companies can react to it. A lot of people around the world have really suffered. We at Kaseya are lucky because we’re in the right industry.

What do you mean by that?

Someone asked [surfing legend] Kelly Slater what is the key to being the best surfer. And he said something like, well, the first thing you have to do is pick the right wave to surf. And we‘ve done that. Being in technology, focusing on small to midsize businesses, you’re riding the right wave. And that gives us about as much protection as anyone can get.

 

 

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