Virsae, an Auckland, New Zealand-based global cloud services provider, secured a second round of equity funding.
New Zealand based private equity firm Darby Capital Partners (DCP) took a multi-million dollar stake in the UC monitoring business.
The company, which raised $3m in equity funding from 10 investors, including Auckland-based Ice Angels funding entity Ice Funds Limited, intends to use the funds to continue to scale oprations and grow internationally.
Launched in 2013 and led by CEO Tony Jayne, Virsae provides Virsae Service Management (VSM), which monitors unified communications systems (phones and messaging systems that run on IT networks).
The company, which has more than 30 staff, including a team of New Zealand-based developers, uses an indirect sales model, and currently manages 24 business partners in key markets around the world, including US giant Arrow SI, Californian-based Altura, Maintel and 4Net from the UK, and global systems integrator AGC Networks.