Atera, a remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform has raised $77 million in a round of funding (series B) led by General Atlantic.
RMM is used by IT professionals to oversee all IT systems of an organization. These include servers, network devices and desktop machines among others.
With Atera’s software, companies will be able to address and solve issues before a consumer faces them. For example, deployment of security patches or detection of new devices on a particular network. Remote access for IT troubleshooting is also supported by Atera which is a great tool in today’s times where remote work has become permanent for most employers. Atera positions itself as an all-in-one RMM tool that includes everything from helpdesk and reporting to complete operations management.
“With the hybrid-remote work model here to stay, MSPs have pivoted from managing multiple devices on a shared network to managing multiple remote devices on individual networks. As such, they require a consolidated tool that allows them to maintain business continuity and quality of service while they undergo this digital-remote transformation.”
Atera CEO Gil Pekelman
Atera was founded in 2011 out of Tel Aviv and had raised $25 million in February.
“The largest growth driver over the past 18 months has been the dramatic shift to remote and now hybrid work. With this in mind, we understand that enabling a remotely distributed workforce is no longer a luxury, but a necessity for companies of all sizes.”Atera CEO Gil Pekelman
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