Kaseya appoints new leadership team in Europe and Asia-Pacific

Kaseya appoints new leadership team in Europe and Asia-Pacific

Kaseya has appointed new leadership in the EMEA and APAC regions. Dermot McCann will head Europe as its new executive vice president and general manager, with Daniel Garcia promoted to vice president and general manager for APAC.     

“We are strengthening our position in Europe by bolstering our leadership in the region. As a global market leader, we recognise the importance of this market, and are committed to our growth there,” said Joe Smolarski, Kaseya president and chief customer officer. “Similarly, Asia-Pacific is equally critical to our business and therefore, we continue to allocate resources to support our partners based in APAC.”

Dermot recently oversaw APAC as its senior vice president and general manager. In his new role, he will lead all go-to-market efforts across Europe. This is a homecoming for Dermot, who is originally from Galway, and will now be based in London. “I have had the pleasure of partnering with MSPs and helping them grow their revenue and improve their profitability,” he said. 

“I look forward to doing this in the EMEA region and understanding their unique needs to ensure Kaseya invests and delivers an exceptional experience for them.” 

Dermot has more than 25 years of experience in leadership roles with global technology companies like Optus and IBM, driving business and transformation initiatives into large enterprises resulting in operational enhancements and increased revenue. 

Daniel, a seasoned IT leader, will now serve as vice president and general manager for APAC. Most recently, he helped launch TruPeer, Kaseya’s managed services provider training and mentoring group, in Australia. Daniel will oversee the go-to-market strategy for APAC, including new business and account management. 

Prior to joining Kaseya, he was the CEO at Virtual IT Group, a large MSP in the APAC region. Daniel brings extensive experience in operational growth to his new role. “I am eager to take on this new position with Kaseya, and to further support our partners in the APAC region so they can be the most successful and profitable MSPs globally,” he said. “We have a thriving MSP industry in APAC, and I want to make sure Kaseya continues to deliver to its customers and helps them grow as their needs evolve.”