Autotask Corporation, the world’s leading provider of hosted IT business management technology, has agreed to acquire Soonr, a leading provider of enterprise secure file sharing and collaboration services for IT business managers. Soonr offers a file sharing and synchronization (FSS) solution with enterprise-grade functionality in a hybrid-cloud environment. The Soonr solution improves business continuity and reduces risk through better security, flexibility, productivity and collaboration of end-client data.
JEGI CLARITY (www.jegiclarity.com), the leading independent investment bank for the global media, information, marketing, software and tech-enabled services sectors, headquartered in New York, NY, advised Soonr.
“Autotask delivers innovative offerings that manage mission-critical business processes for our customers. This acquisition fits perfectly within that objective and represents a significant managed services’ revenue opportunity for all MSPs and ITSPs,” said Mark Cattini, President and CEO of Autotask. “FSS is a fundamental element of business continuity that ITSPs are expected to provide. Soonr provides a HIPAA-compliant, SaaS solution with 99.99 percent uptime that is IT-approved, easy to deploy, and simple to use.”
As enterprises look for secure ways to manage their data with administrator controls, Soonr has been designed specifically to address these requirements and offers significant advantages over consumer-based products, such as enterprise-grade configurable security, collaboration capabilities and data privacy certifications. Soonr improves the end-client experience and increases loyalty by enabling technology service providers to securely and effectively manage valuable data flows.
“Autotask provides IT business management software that allows customers to deliver technology services more efficiently,” said Ahmet Tuncay, CEO of Soonr. “We are thrilled to be part of the Autotask team and to enable Autotask’s end-clients to improve productivity with better mobility and data protection assurance.”