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Video: 10 Minute IT Jam – Who is ManageEngine?

15 Sep 2020

Techday's 10 Minute IT Jams provide sharp, to-the-point insights into emerging and established technology companies that operate in the Asia-Pacific region.

ManageEngine is a company that’s all about creating comprehensive IT management software to help organisations get on with business. From security and service desk software to network and remote work management,  ManageEngine has a wide range of expertise and solutions on offer.

The company works with 180,000 customers around the world, and a whopping three million administrators put their trust in ManageEngine’s software.  So what makes ManageEngine so special?

In this interview, we speak with ManageEngine’s Australia and New Zealand country manager – sales & business development, Vinayak Sreedhar.

In this video, Vinayak covers

  • The basics of ManageEngine, its key products and offerings
  • What’s ManageEngine has been up to, including company and product announcements
  • What infrastructure and resources ManageEngine has in Asia Pacific, Australia, and New Zealand
  • How partners and customers can get in touch with the ManageEngine team.

Watch the video here.

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