There are over 15 billion active devices operating around the world today. As a result, organizations require efficient and productive tools to manage the myriad of devices logging into their corporate network.
Mitsogo was founded to help organizations secure their devices and close the gap between these mobile endpoints and IT. Our pièce de résistance, Hexnode has been leveraged by companies of all sizes, from SMBs to Fortune 500s in over 100 countries with a centralized platform for enterprise-wide device management and data security.
What do you think makes this company unique?
What sets us apart from the other UEM solutions is that Hexnode is made for everyone; companies of any size can use Hexnode and don’t have to worry about scalability. The carefully crafted pricing plan allows SMBs to large enterprises to get what they need and only what they need. Also, we provide free tech support despite the pricing plan and everyone gets the same support services.
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How has the company evolved over the past couple of years?
When we started, we were a mobile device management solution. The industry underwent huge changes on the basis of market requirements. Companies needed to manage not just mobile phones but PCs and IoT devices, basically every device a company uses for work. And, that also included devices of various OSes.
In less than a decade, Hexnode could withstand and adapt to these changes and became a fully-fledged unified endpoint management solution that it is now. To be a standalone UEM vendor for this long and still keep our place in the market was not easy. We achieved it by product expansion, technology partnerships and channel partnerships. Also, we were able to grow in numbers and in revenue especially in the last couple of years since the pandemic because the requirement for UEM heightened in the market.
What can we hope to see from Mitsogo in the future?
Even though “software as a service” (SaaS) has been around for a while, it cannot be said that it has been adopted or utilized in an effective way. The pandemic definitely sped up the process of SaaS adoption. So, we will see active cloud migration. Also, the proliferation of IoT gadgets will find its way into the workspace – some already have.
But, the number of endpoints in the workplace is only going to increase and make data security more challenging. Cybersecurity is also being given proper consideration in all industries now. So, we will be able to see Mitsogo addressing all these in the immediate future.