The Finnish company Miradore, an innovative enabler of automated IT and mobile device management services, has announced the closing of a EUR 1.2 million funding round. The new backers include Inventure, a Finnish venture capital firm with offices in Finland and China, and Belgian ICT executive and industry influencer Willem Hendrickx.
Miradore enables organizations to manage increasing device diversity driven by the strengthening BYOD trend (Bring Your Own Device). Miradore provides IT personnel with a single dashboard for the unified remote management of a wide variety of computers, tablets and smartphones. As a result, organizations can grant their employees the freedom to choose the devices of their liking, boosting both productivity and employee satisfaction. Scalable to tens of thousands of devices, the highly automated solution dramatically decreases the manual workload.
Easier IT management processes
“Both enterprises and their IT service providers are struggling with the increasing device diversity,” says Willem Hendrickx. “A different sort of device feels like a minor detail for end users but the impact on IT management processes may be profound. As Miradore enables organizations to cope with this pressing issue, they are now meeting with very strong interest among service providers, integrators and value-added resellers in several markets.”
According to Miradore, the investment will be used primarily to strengthen global sales. Miradore’s key partners include Fujitsu America, which utilizes Miradore’s technology in their point-of-sale management offering branded “Fujitsu Retail Systems Management, powered by Miradore”.
Miradore is one nine Finnish companies featured on the Red Herring 100 Global list of the world’s most promising technology companies, along with Epicrystals, HyperIn, Kiosked, Modz, Ovelin, Relaxbirth, Senseg and ThingLink.