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About LPI Level Platforms

LPI Level Platforms provides Managed Workplace, the remote monitoring and management software and services platform used by thousands of IT service providers around the world to deliver IT support to small and midsized businesses. Level Platforms' hybrid agentless technology, extensive management and automation features, deep integration into the IT ecosystem and fully integrated white label support services, allow IT services providers to remotely support all of the information technology products and services their end customers rely on from a single web-based dashboard.In June 2013, LPI Level Platforms was acquired by AVG Technologies. The valuation of LPI Level Platforms was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.

LPI Level Platforms Headquarter Location

309 Legget Drive Suite 300

Ottawa, Ontario, K2K 3A3,

Canada

613-232-1000

Latest LPI Level Platforms News

AVG seals deal to acquire Level Platforms

Jun 17, 2013

AVG seals deal to acquire Level Platforms 17 June 2013 Tweet Global security firm AVG is to acquire Canadian remote monitoring and management software company, LPI Level Platforms. AVG has just signed an agreement, subject to closing, to purchase LPI Level Platforms, and expects the deal to give it $5 million of subscription revenue in the second half of this year, with those revenues predicted to rise to $15 million for the 2014 full year. AVG says it expects to realise significant synergies by combining platforms and business operations, with the objective of making the acquisition accretive quickly. Headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, LPI Level Platforms provides next generation remote monitoring and management software (RMM) through Managed Workplace, its cloud-based remote monitoring and management platform. Sam Hendry, General Manager AVG Technologies Australia, said the acquisition would enhance AVG’s cloud-based services model by adding LPI Level Platforms’ Managed Workplace software to AVG CloudCare, integrating products such as RMM and Mobile Device Management (MDM). “In addition, it will significantly expand AVG’s distributor network by adding over 1,500 active LPI Level Platform Managed Service Providers (MSP) partners.” Hendry said the two companies’ shared a goal of delivering a “powerful cloud-based IT management platform for MSPs that profoundly simplifies the way you service and protect your small business customers.” “AVG is in a position to develop the LPI Level Platforms’ product portfolio and deliver a significantly enhanced product offering globally, leveraging our brand and organization to support growth. “The technology requirements for small businesses are increasing day by day as the world migrates towards a mobile working environment. AVG has the infrastructure and partner base to enable customer growth in a safe, cost-effective and secure way.” “Since founding the company our mission has been to establish LPI Level Platforms as the ubiquitous remote monitoring, management and automation platform for IT service providers around the world.”, Peter Sandiford, LPI Level Platforms’ CEO said. “By adding LPI Level Platforms software to the AVG portfolio, AVG will be in a position to deliver the most comprehensive, innovative, high quality and high performance platform for SMB’s and their MSPs in the market.” HOW TOP MANAGERS MOTIVATE, ENERGISE EMPLOYEES Download an in-depth guide to managing a healthy, motivated and energetic workforce without breaking the bank. SAS HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS Visual Analytics - Data Quality - Visual Statistics Run by SAS subject matter experts, these 90 minutes workshops are run in a classroom environment, with experienced facilitators assisting you through a number of data related activities. Peter Dinham Peter Dinham is a co-founder of iTWire and a 35-year veteran journalist and corporate communications consultant. He has worked as a journalist in all forms of media – newspapers/magazines, radio, television, press agency and now, online – including with the Canberra Times, The Examiner (Tasmania), the ABC and AAP-Reuters. As a freelance journalist he also had articles published in Australian and overseas magazines. He worked in the corporate communications/public relations sector, in-house with an airline, and as a senior executive in Australia of the world’s largest communications consultancy, Burson-Marsteller. He also ran his own communications consultancy and was a co-founder in Australia of the global photographic agency, the Image Bank (now Getty Images).

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LPI Level Platforms Patents

LPI Level Platforms has filed 1 patent.

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10/17/2006

10/18/2011

Virtual private networks, Computer network security, Tunneling protocols, Network protocols, Remote desktop

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Application Date

10/17/2006

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10/18/2011

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Related Topics

Virtual private networks, Computer network security, Tunneling protocols, Network protocols, Remote desktop

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