Ivanti aims at increasing its headcount from 500 to 2000 in the next two years as the company fuels its growth trajectory
Ivanti announced that they will hire aggressively in India to grow exponentially. The company aims to increase its head count to reach 2000 in two years, a large part of which will be for Hyderabad operations. At this time last year, the company had less than 100 employees in India and has acquired four companies that were synergistic to the overall product and solutions offerings. Moreover, Ivanti is gearing up to become the largest unified endpoint management, zero trust security and enterprise service management company.
The company has acquired MobileIron, a leading provider of mobile-centric unified endpoint management solutions; Pulse Secure LLC, a leading provider of secure access and mobile security solutions; Cherwell Software, a global leader in enterprise service management solutions, and RiskSense, a pioneer in risk-based vulnerability management system. All these acquisitions were made to fuel its growth trajectory.
Speaking to media Nayaki Nayyar, President, Service Management Solutions Group and Chief Product Officer, Ivanti, said, “Our recent acquisitions have been in sync with our inorganic growth plans. We are at the inflection point in the company’s business cycle, when we realized that to better serve our customers it is essential to have a larger bouquet of products and solutions, so that we are in the consideration set of large enterprises. Simultaneously, by integrating all the newly acquired companies’ employees, we are creating One Ivanti identity. All employees are collaborating to create a cohesive work environment.”
Ivanti’s UEM platform increases user and IT productivity by helping IT administrators gather detailed device data, automate software and OS deployments, personalize workspace environments, and proactively fix end user issues. It simplifies management through a single pane of glass with the Ivanti Neurons console and delivers automation across a broad range of devices, including Windows, Mac, ChromeOS, Linux, Unix, iOS, Android and IoT devices.
Srinivas Mukkamala, senior vice president of Security Products, Ivanti said: “We are excited to work with experienced and talented professionals who have joined the Ivanti team from the acquisitions. By bringing these companies into Ivanti’s portfolio, customers will improve productivity, profitability, and ease of operating. Our new offerings for the hybrid work environment will enable businesses to run seamlessly while reducing the risk of data breaches and simultaneously enhancing employee experiences. There are immense opportunities ahead of us, and I’m optimistic about future of Everywhere Workplace.”