Just about a week or so after completing its acquisition of business service management company Zyrion, Kaseya has again picked up another company, this time its Rover Apps, a provider of cloud solutions that enable users to securely work with enterprise resources using their personal devices without giving up complete control of the device to the enterprise. Terms of the acquisition are undisclosed.
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Just a few weeks ago, Kaseya announced that it had been acquired by Insight Venture partners, a NYC-based venture capitalist firm. In addition, the company said that CEO Gerald Blackie and his co-founders would step down to make way for a new CEO—Yogesh Gupta.
Now, today, the tables have been turned with the RMM acquiring Zyrion, a provider of cloud and IT service monitoring software solutions. Like the Kaseya/Insight Venture Partners acquisition, the terms of this deal were also not disclosed.
Earlier this week, Kaseya announced that Insight Venture Partners, a private equity investment firm in New York City, had made a significant investment in the RMM for an undisclosed amount of cash. Aside from Kaseya being the third RMM to be acquired in the last month, behind Level Platforms and N-able, the company also announced that its CEO Gerald Blackie, and his co-founders, were stepping down to pursue other opportunities. Yogesh Gupta has been named the new President and CEO of Kaseya, effective immediately.
(Pictured): Yogesh Gupta, Kaseya's new President and CEO.