Fleetsmith, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of secure, automated Apple device management, raised $30m in Series B funding.
The round was led by Menlo Ventures with participation from Tiger Global Management, Upfront Ventures, and Harrison Metal. In conjunction with the funding, Naomi Pilosof Ionita, partner at Menlo Ventures and former product and growth lead at Evernote, is joining Fleetsmith’s Board of Directors. Matt Murphy, also a partner at Menlo Ventures, is joining as a board observer.
The company, which has raised over $40m in total funding, intends to use the funds to accelerate to further develop its device management platform, grow its presence internationally, and hire new team members across a variety of functions.
Led by Zack Blum, CEO and co-founder, Fleetsmith automates new device setup, inventory, patching, and security across corporate Apple device fleets. The company combines product and security engineering with an intuitive interface that makes advanced Apple device management available for everyone.
Over the past year, Fleetsmith has expanded its engineering, product, design, sales, and marketing teams—doubling its headcount to nearly 30 employees. It also brought on former Google and PandaDoc marketing executive Dan Levinschi as its Vice President of Marketing.