Kandji, a San Diego, CA-based provider of Apple enterprise management solution, closed a $21m Series A funding round.
The round was led by Greycroft, with participation from Okta Ventures and B Capital Group and existing investors First Round Capital (led by Josh Kopelman).
The company will use these funds to expand its enterprise features and grow the team in order to onboard more customers.
Led by Adam Pettit, Co-Founder and CEO, Kandji is an Apple device management (MDM) solution built exclusively for IT teams at organizations that run on Apple. The cloud-based platform is used for centrally managing and securing Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV devices, saving IT teams hours of manual, repetitive work with features like one-click compliance templates and 150+ pre-built automations, apps, and workflows.
Since emerging from stealth less than a year ago, the company has onboarded hundreds of paying customers with tens of thousands of Apple devices, including names like Crunchbase, Belkin, Attentive, Canva, Vivint Solar, Remitly, Netskope, Doximity, HackerOne, Planview, DigiCert, FabFitFun, and Turo. It is already preparing major product releases such as enterprise single sign-on (SSO), Self Service functionality, and its public API.