Kaseya®, the leading global provider of automated IT systems management software, today expands the financial capabilities and organisational visibility of the Kaseya IT Automation platform with the introduction of two new modules - Service Billing 1.0 and Service Desk 1.3. With the Kaseya Service Billing solution, service providers can now automate the entire billing process from one central portal to increase profitability, maximise cash flow and gain a complete view of their business operations. The enhanced Kaseya Service Desk solution is integrated with the Kaseya Service Billing module and allows technicians to track billable time against open tickets and work orders. Service Desk also delivers increased performance, improved organisational visibility and greater ease of use to help streamline ticket entry through remediation.
Kaseya, the leading global provider of automated IT systems management software, today announced a new set of software tools that helps corporations secure, manage and protect corporate networks. These new tools integrate with the robust Kaseya framework to provide IT department and service provider customers with tighter security, better network management and additional data backup options.
A new set of modules for Kaseya's systems management framework include anti-virus, anti-malware, and backup.
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