“With COVID-19, we’ve seen more companies make the move to fully remote work. Because our tool makes it easy to manage devices no matter where they are in the world, we’re now helping those companies work remotely forever.”
MIAMI (PRWEB) October 26, 2020
Addigy, the cloud-based Apple device management (ADM) platform for businesses, institutions and managed service providers (MSPs), today announces a booming third quarter, with September bringing in the most new customer revenue since the company was founded in 2014. The accelerated demand is due to the adoption of Apple device management to support the surge in remote workers.
Addigy’s mobile device management solution helps organizations to quickly and easily deploy, manage and track Apple devices from a single login. Addigy’s platform also automates time-consuming IT tasks – a crucial tool for companies that previously relied on in-person Apple device support – including:
- Software rollout and user permission updates
- Applying security settings
- Running scripts
- Managing groups of users
- Troubleshooting in real-time
“Addigy has helped companies to successfully and safely work remotely for over six years,” said Jason Dettbarn, founder and CEO of Addigy. “With COVID-19, we’ve seen more companies make the move to fully remote work. Because our tool makes it easy to manage devices no matter where they are in the world, we’re now helping those companies work remotely forever.”
Coupled with the pandemic, interest in Addigy continues to grow due to the proliferation of Apple computers, iPhones and iPads in the workplace. As a result, Addigy saw record-breaking demand this year, especially from MSPs, like Interlaced.io, who are adding highly profitable Apple services to their product portfolios.
“We’ve been an Apple service provider since 2010, but Addigy enables us to better serve our clients with its easy-to-use interface,” said Justin Wells, CEO of Interlaced.io. “Addigy’s ADM platform is a fraction of the cost of others on the market, helping us decrease our direct costs of device management by 40 to 50 percent. Its multi-tenancy capability also allows us to manage all of our clients’ devices from a single log in – something that we have always wished for in an ADM solution.”
For more information on Addigy, visit http://www.addigy.com.
More than 3,000 organizations across the globe trust Addigy to help their IT teams manage Apple device security, inventory, reporting, mobile device management, policies, and troubleshooting. Addigy is the only cloud-based Apple device management software that makes it easy for IT teams and admins at managed service providers, enterprises, and institutions to monitor and manage employees’ Mac, iPad, and iPhone devices from a single location, anywhere in the world. Learn more at http://www.addigy.com.
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