Five months after joining eFolder as chief strategy officer, LabTech founder Matt Nachtrab is now the MSP-focused company's CEO.
Kevin Hoffman, who has been CEO/CTO of eFolder for 10 years, is changing his title at the Denver-based private company to founder and CTO.
"Matt and I complement each other well," Hoffman said in a statement Thursday introducing Nachtrab as CEO. "We both share a passion for this channel community, our partners, our employees, and delivering exceptional, game changing products. This partnership with Matt allows me to focus on delivering the next wave of innovation and product excellence that will propel the company to new heights, allowing our partners to thrive in a changing IT services landscape."
Nachtrab, who was serving both as chief strategy officer and chief revenue officer prior to being elevated to CEO, started a Toledo, Ohio-based MSP called Nemsys in 1999 and then founded the remote monitoring and management (RMM) company LabTech Software in 2007, which he later sold to ConnectWise.
eFolder currently has 200 employees and 3,000 channel partners and a portfolio of products that includes Replibit for backup and disaster recovery; Anchor for file sync and sharing; and Cloudfinder for backup, search and eDiscovery of Office 365 and other SaaS services.
Posted by Scott Bekker on July 21, 2017 at 8:58 AM
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