When Continuum (formerly Zenith RMM) yesterday announced a BDR (backup and disaster recovery) storage partnership with Datto, nearly 1,000 managed services providers (MSPs) and VARs signed up to gain early access to the platform, according to Continuum CEO Michael George.
The Zenith RMM era is over. The Warrendale, Pa.-based company has changed its name to Continuum less than three months after the business was spun out of Zenith Infotech and purchased by equity firm Summit Partners.
Zenith RMM, which spun off from Zenith Infotech in September, has rebranded as Continuum and will now compete with its former parent in the BDR (backup and disaster recovery) market. Indeed, Continuum has partnered with Datto to launch Continuum Vault — a BDR solution that will debut in January 2012.
Zenith RMM distanced itself from its origins as part of Zenith Infotech with a name change to Continuum and the introduction of a backup and disaster recovery technology and service that pits it against Zenith Infotech.
When Zenith Infotech spun-off its managed services software business earlier today, MSPmentor started to pursue timely questions about the spin-off company, known as Zenith RMM LLC. Now, Zenith Infotech CEO Akash Saraf, Zenith RMM CEO Michael George and Summit Partners Principal Jason Glass offer some answers and insights for managed services providers.
The new management of Zenith RMM has big plans for enhancing and expanding in the managed services market, including new roles in virtualized environments, endpoints and mobile devices.
After several months of rumors, Zenith Infotech has spun off its managed services software business, which will be called Zenith RMM LLC. Moreover,Summit Partners — a growth equity firm — has invested in Zenith RMM. And Zenith RMM CEO Michael George's background includes multiple company sales.
Zenith InfoTech, a pioneer in managed and hosted services, is informing partners that it's spun off its remote monitoring and management product as a separate company, now known as Zenith RMM.
Zenith Infotech is spinning off its remote monitoring and management business into a separate company called Zenith RMM, according to the company. In addition, the new Zenith RMM has received a "sizable growth equity investment" from investment firm Summit Partners and has hired Michael George as CEO.