Warranty Master Changes Name to ScalePad; Ignites Greater Productivity and Profit Potential for MSP Partners Worldwide

VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Warranty Master is changing its name to ScalePad and launching its latest services innovation: Software Asset Management

  • New brand and technology innovations introduce a larger and more profitable revenue stream for more than 8,000 ScalePad MSP Partners.
  • ScalePad expands Asset Lifecycle Management portfolio 10 times with addition of software, offering MSPs a 360-degree view of customers’ technology infrastructure and investments.
  •  A preview of Software Asset Management is now available to all ScalePad MSP Partners at no charge to quickly demonstrate its positive impact on Partner productivity, sales pipelines and profits.

By expanding its Asset Lifecycle Management portfolio to include hardware, software and warranty services, ScalePad MSP Partners now have access to 10 times more data totaling 100 million assets managed.

A channel champion, ScalePad has enjoyed explosive growth in the last 12 months: 

  • Amassing more than 8,000 MSP Partners in 76
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How cross-training improves engagement, productivity, and collaboration

  • Cross-training, or encouraging team members to pick up skills in more than one area of the business, can be a powerful strategy when facing a crisis like the pandemic.
  • Employees will gain new perspectives, become more engaged and invested, and may even discover new strengths. 
  • Even outside of a crisis, leaning on the workers you have rather than constantly making new hires can drive productivity and inspire upward career mobility. 
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An important lesson I had to learn early on in my entrepreneurial journey is that, in the face of a crisis, you must leverage whatever assets you have to secure a solid foundation for your business. Lean on your skill sets, tools, space, and perhaps your greatest resource: your people.

When it’s time to get lean, encouraging and training the people on your team to develop skills in more than one area of

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Debt may be cheap, but the UK’s poor productivity will cost us dear | Business

The strangely easy agreement between economists of right and left that the chancellor should set aside concerns about Britain’s rising debt levels still holds seven months after the first Covid-19 lockdown was imposed.

Thatcherite free-market thinktanks sing the same carefree song as Keynesian academics when debate turns to the size of this year’s public spending deficit. There are differences in tone and it goes without saying that all would want money spent wisely, but their efforts focus on competing proposals for growth.

If only that were true inside the Tory party, be that members or backbenchers. Listen to what they say about the economy, and it is like the 2008 financial crash never happened. Public sector spending is still being likened to a household’s finances, where the aim must be a balanced budget.

Even worse, the household analogy has another group of subscribers and they sit inside the Treasury.

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