The company is introducing a SaaS helpdesk remediation product in the second half of the year
Digital workspace management company Liquidware has announced record Q2 financial results.
The company offers solutions for Windows desktop management to provide improved user experience across all workspaces, whether physical, virtual or in the cloud. Among the platforms it supports are Microsoft physical, Azure Virtual Desktop, RDS desktops, Citrix Desktops, VMware Horizon, Amazon WorkSpaces, and Nutanix Frame.
“I am delighted that EUC channel expert Anthony Keller has joined Liquidware to head up our North American channel business,” said Chris Akerberg, president and COO, Liquidware. “We have seen partner engagement increase dramatically with so many customers continuing to require channel expertise to deliver remote digital workspaces. This has, in turn, led to a 250% increase in services revenue as we enable partners to incorporate services into larger projects.”
Other highlights of the second quarter included:
Anthony Keller, Director US Channels, Liquidware, said: “It is a great time to be joining Liquidware with the demand for digital workspace management solutions on the increase. In my first few weeks I’ve been super impressed by the response from current and new partners alike to our solutions. I look forward to continuing our partnerships as well as broadening our reach into new channels.”
The news comes as the company anticipated the release of a new SaaS-based helpdesk remediation product to assist in the remote management and monitoring of any Windows desktop via the launching of an agent. Liquidware said the release was driven by mid-market demand for such functionality from customer who didn’t require the full functionality of its enterprise-level digital experience monitoring solution, Stratusphere UX.