Enigmatec is engaged in Policy-Driven Automation solutions for both physical and virtual resource management. The company's solutions are applicable to any Global 1000 organization wanting to automate its mission critical production deployments, deploy rapid disaster recovery solutions, or manage multiple virtual development environments. Leveraging the advanced distributed-systems research from both Cambridge and Edinburgh Universities, EMS aims to combine policy design with policy execution to automate the management and control of complex business applications in real time and with little or no manual intervention. EMS unleashes the power of leading virtualization and provisioning solutions, optimizing utilization by dynamically reallocating computing resources to the applications that need them, reducing the operational costs required to operate them.
Latest Enigmatec News
Mar 6, 2018
iWave Software Buys Product Line From Enigmatec Frisco-based iWave Software, a developer of IT process automation software, announced today that it has acquired Enigmatec's EMS Run Book Automation Suite. Financial terms of the deal wre not disclosed. iWave said the acquisition would be a "key addition" to its cloud management strategy. Enigmatec's software is used for automating management of data centers. iWave said that after the acquisition, it will assimilate Enigmatec's operations into an existing UK-based office. iWave is backed by the Hall Financial Group.
Enigmatec Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Enigmatec founded?
Enigmatec was founded in 2002.
Where is Enigmatec's headquarters?
Enigmatec's headquarters is located at Finsbury House, London.
What is Enigmatec's latest funding round?
Enigmatec's latest funding round is Acquired.
How much did Enigmatec raise?
Enigmatec raised a total of $15.41M.
Who are the investors of Enigmatec?
Investors of Enigmatec include iWave Software, Amadeus Capital Partners, Pentech, Herald Investment Management and Intel Capital.