Addigy, an Apple device management provider, announces strategic growth investment from PSG

Addigy, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) based Apple device management provider serving corporate IT teams and managed service providers (MSPs), has received a strategic growth investment from PSG, a growth equity firm partnering with software and technology-enabled services companies to help accelerate their growth.

Addigy CEO Jason Dettbarn says that, in the past two years, Mac laptop use in the workplace has surged 63%, with over half of IT teams indicating a growing demand for Apple devices in their companies. “With this growing popularity of Apple devices, we believe corporate IT teams and MSPs face unprecedented challenges in securing and scaling Apple devices,” he adds. “Addigy offers solutions geared to streamline Apple device management and elevate the Apple IT ecosystem by offering its customers the only multi-tenant, cloud-based MDM platform on the market. Addigy’s differentiated multi-tenant implementation can enable customers to ensure one of the highest levels of Apple security and efficiency in scaling of operations across multiple organizations, all within one interface.

What’s more, Covid-19 led to a proliferation of at-home workplace devices and perimeter-based security vulnerabilities. As a result, enterprises had to examine endpoint security and, most importantly, identity-based management. 

In our view, Addigy provides one of the most advanced IT management platforms to deliver on this by providing one of the highest levels of security, scalability, and end-user productivity,” Dettbarn says. “The company’s MDM and integrated remote monitoring and management (RMM) platform is used by over 1,500 customers that support over 4,000 organizations worldwide.

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