Email security leader develops unified platform to allow MSPs to provision, report, track, and bill separate cloud services all in one management console.
Spam Soap, a leader in email SaaS security, recently announced that it has officially changed its name to Nuvotera. In addition, the company has also increased its cloud solutions portfolio, and launched its new NuvoConnex Management Portal.
As the newly branded Nuvotera, the company will continue to sell and support the traditional Spam Soap product line without any changes needed from their current customers, allowing new opportunities and access to an enhanced product line. Additionally, with the just-released NuvoConnex Management Portal, resellers can now provision products, manage customers, and report on activity. In addition, the company’s NuvoSync offering will now allow resellers to easily sync to their respective PSA platforms for the purpose of billing, purchase tracking and audit usage.
“For years, our community has told us about the frustration in buying, billing, and managing SaaS products; that’s why we developed our NuvoConnex Management Platform to unify our clients’ interaction with multiple vendors into one easy-to-use place,” said Leonard Dimiceli, General Manager, Nuvotera. “When we began this, we knew we wanted to start with McAfee, the cloud security leader, but they are just the beginning of this groundbreaking platform.”
“McAfee is committed to delivering first-class threat intelligence and comprehensive security technologies to managed service providers (MSPs). As an organization we recognize the criticality of strong platform integration to give MSPs the power to build and deliver customized security solutions to their SMB customers,” said Bill Rielly, Senior Vice President of Small & Medium Business at McAfee. “The McAfee organization is excited about the ability to leverage the NuvoConnex management platform and the freedom Nuvotera Partners now have to deploy and manage the entire McAfee SaaS portfolio with seamless integration into Connectwise.”
The Nuvotera platform has already resonated with the company’s partner base, specifically Rich Forsen, CEO of Network Depot, a longtime (Spam Soap) Nuvotera MSP based in Reston, Va. Forsen said that he and his team are already looking forward to the Nuvoconnex platform and the new offerings surrounding it. “We are excited and confident that Nuvotera (and the new NuvoConnex platform) will continue the commitment to partner support and provide our company with the opportunity to improve upon our already exceptional breadth and quality of service to our respective customers."
Nuvotera launches today at the IT Nation Conference being held this week in Orlando, FL, and will include full integrations for McAfee SaaS products, as well as Spam Soap and iScanOnline.
Nuvotera is a cloud solutions distributor focused on building a unified platform for managed service providers, along with innovative SaaS solutions, and unparalleled customer service. With over 12 years of experience in the SMB, Nuvotera is breaking new ground to provide a complete suite of proven, tested, solutions backed by a level of personal attention rarely found in distribution today. For more information, visit http://www.nuvotera.com.