Datto and Autotask merged in October last year, creating an MSP-focused powerhouse with one of the broadest offerings designed solely for managed service providers. 

Since the announcement, the newly combined vendor has been working to integrate its teams, products and channel communities. 

The merger came at a time when more and more resellers are turning towards managed services to boost ailing margins.

In this webinar, Datto SVP Mark Banfield will lay out the vendor’s post-merger plans, and also talk through how its specialist managed services software can make the transition from VAR to MSP easier for partners.

Banfield will be joined by Roger Harry of Circle IT, who will offer an insight into how resellers can best utilise Datto’s MSP-targeted technology to bolster their recurring revenue, or start building out their first managed services.

Partners can also expect to hear more about the Datto-Autotask merger and how the vendor is shaping up in the UK.

Key discussion points include:

  • The opportunity for partners to embrace managed services
  • The rationale behind Datto’s merger with Autotask
  • Where Datto will be investing in the UK
  • Advice on how partners can take their first steps into managed services



Mark Banfield

SVP, Datto International

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Mark is adept at managing highly successful sales and product marketing teams and motivating them to go above and beyond. Under Mark’s leadership, Autotask’s international business has grown by more than 140% in less than two years time. Since the Autotask and Datto merger, Mark has taken on the role of running the combined business across all international markets.


Thomas Wright

Senior Reporter, CRN

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Tom Wright is senior reporter at CRN, a position he has held since April. Tom joined CRN as a reporter in May 2016, having previously covered the specialist finance market for various publications. Prior to this, Tom graduated in Journalism from the University of Winchester.

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