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5 Channel Partner Updates: Wednesday 18 October, 2017

Updates involving Atera, Autotask, ConnectWise, Docker, Epson, FinancialForce, IBM, Kubernetes, NetSuite OpenAir, Panasonic, Verizon, Webroot & more.

Salesforce Partner Kimble Applications Gains PSA Momentum

Kimble Applications, a Salesforce partner & PSA (professional services automation) software developer, is in rapid growth mode. Is an MSP push coming?

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Alternative PSA Platform: CrossConcept Develops Continuum for SMB Customers

CrossConcept develops new PSA (professional services automation) platform called Continuum. Offers SMB beta testers free trials and lifetime discounts.

10 PSA (Professional Services Automation) Software Predictions, Trends for 2017

The world of professional services automation (PSA) software is getting bigger — and smaller. Here are our PSA predictions for MSPs in 2017.

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Oracle, NetSuite: PSA Strategy, Integration Moves Coming

Oracle will announce a NetSuite integration strategy on Dec. 1. The Oracle news may involve SaaS-based ERP & PSA (professional services automation) moves.

NetSuite OpenAir PSA Upgrade Pursues Midmarket MSPs

NetSuite upgrades OpenAir, the company’s PSA platform. Key adopters include midmarket IT solutions providers & MSPs like Softchoice.

Midmarket PSA Software Rivalries Intensify

FinancialForce counters NetSuite OpenAir with a key midmarket PSA win. But watch for Autotask and ConnectWise to continue their upmarket marches as well.

PSA Software Market Set to Double By 2022

Think the PSA (professional services automation) software market is running out of momentum? Guess again. Here’s Grand View Research’s forecast.

Fastest Growing Cloud PSA: FinancialForce?

FinancialForce PSA, built for the Salesforce.com cloud ecosystem, is catching on with some IT service providers and custom software shops. Here’s why.

Accelo: Potential PSA Alternative?

Accelo, formerly AffinityLive, has integrated its PSA platform with Continuum, Kaseya and LogicNow. Is this the start of a major MSP and IT services push?