The Tel Aviv-based firm helps companies shift to a distant work mannequin.
Israeli remote-first IT administration firm Atera right this moment introduced a $25 million funding from K1 Funding Administration. The brand new funds will probably be used for extra R&D, and dashing up worldwide advertising growth.
The Tel Aviv-based firm, which was based by CEO Gil Pekelman and CTO Oshri Moyal, helps companies shift to a distant work mannequin.
Atera has developed an all-in-one platform that mixes distant monitoring and administration with helpdesk, reporting, and operations administration in a single system.
Pekelman mentioned, “The worldwide pandemic has basically altered the way in which companies function, and the division hit first, and hardest, was IT. Sadly, the legacy IT administration options in the marketplace are clunky, pricey, and unable to ship the speedy enterprise transformation our new actuality calls for from a distant workforce. We’re proud to proceed to assist hundreds of companies navigate the brand new regular and are thrilled to achieve much more with the monetary backing from K1. With K1’s help, Atera will begin a brand new part of product innovation and international development to help extra MSPs and firms in tackling these challenges.”
Revealed by Globes, Israel enterprise information – en.globes.co.il – on February 23, 2021
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