Subscribe To Our Daily Enewsletter:
Podcast Microphone 4

ChannelE2E Podcast 058: Vital Network’s Lee Evans

Lee Evans

Lee Evans

Good evening, channel partners. Welcome to ChannelE2E Podcast 058 — our conversation with Vital Network Solutions Managing Director Lee Evans. We discuss Vital Network’s recent buyout of Octari — which combines two growing MSPs into one UK service provider.

The deal has some natural synergies — both businesses run Autotask and focus heavily on Microsoft solutions. And the upside opportunity involves connecting the dots between managed services, Office 365 and Azure Cloud — leveraging Azure Active Directory to tie it all together. Here’s the conversation:

ChannelE2E Podcasts: Who Says What?

Chat IconOur podcast guests educate IT entrepreneurs and IT service providers about business development, management, transformation, partnering, growth and exits. Each CEO, executive or financial advisor personally drove:

  • Company Launches — vision, mission, passion.
  • Funding Stages — boot strap, friends and family, angel investments and venture capital.
  • Expansions — core team building, process building, automation and partnering.
  • Exits and transformations — IPOs, mergers, acquisitions and private equity deals.

Email IconJoin the Conversation

For ChannelE2E Podcast sponsorship information, email Amy Katz, president and CEO, After Nines Inc. Guest bookings are handled privately. We look forward to bringing you the best and brightest technology business builders Tuesday nights at 9:01 p.m. ET./6:01 p.m. PT — and sometimes in between.

Return Home

2 Comments

Comments

    Robert Freeborn:

    Joe –

    Any chance you’re going to get the podcast onto iTunes? If so, please make sure to highlight it in the blog (RSS feed) so we don’t miss it.

    Joe Panettieri:

    Hey Rob,

    Hope all is well. Thank you for your readership and for the iTunes question. We had been syndicating to iTunes but we underwent a couple of server changes. Now that the changes are locked down we’ll activate the iTunes feed again. As soon as things go live I’ll be sure to send you a link and will also alert readers via the blog, RSS, etc.

    Thanks again.
    -jp

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *