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“Our mission is clear—to help customers succeed in their respective markets through the Power of Unified IT”
It’s noteworthy that the two primary corporate entities that ultimately formed Ivanti—LANDESK and HEAT Software—were both founded within a few years of each other more than three decades ago. LANDESK began as LAN systems in 1985 and HEAT started out as Front Range Solutions in 1989.
So perhaps its fate that their respective paths have merged into an innovation juggernaut determined to help customers succeed in their respective markets through the “Power of Unified IT”. These links offer brief snapshots into the histories and solutions of the key companies that today form Ivanti’s cultural and technology backbone.
When LANDESK and HEAT Software combined in January of 2017, the new company needed a new name. For nearly 30 years, LANDESK and HEAT offered user-centered IT solutions designed to increase user productivity while reducing IT security risk.
Over the years both companies changed. LANDESK acquired companies like Wavelink, Shavlik, Xtraction Solutions, and, most recently, AppSense. HEAT was created by combining FrontRange and Lumension. And in order to gather all these brands under one roof, the new company needed a new identity—and Ivanti was born. And since then, Concorde and RES have joined the Ivanti family.
Ivanti Is Where It Goes To Getting Work Done
One need to make sure that John—who hasn’t worked for the company since late 2014—can’t keep logging into the software. One must protect its organization from security threats, reduce logon times, track the IT assets, keep the user experience clean, and deliver IT service to the users more quickly. One also needs to make sure that the supply chain and warehouse teams are perfectly tuned. And for all those challenges, Ivanti is there to the rescue. Ivanti is the single solution for any organizations IT needs, working with the organization as not only a vendor but as the trusted partner.
Ivanti is headquartered in Utah just outside Salt Lake City, in an area of the United States that the New York Times recently called “the next Silicon Valley.” Ivanti has 36 offices in 23 countries. Employing around 2,000 people, Ivanti focuses on enabling organizations to gain control of service delivery, simplify service management processes, acquire real-time visibility across their services and infrastructure, and orchestrate the interactions of people, process, and technology for optimum service performance.
The Top-Tier Ivanti Service
Gain the most from Ivanti solutions by experiencing worry-free implementation by drawing on the expertise, knowledge, and abilities of Ivanti Professional Services. From elite training courses to superior customer support, Ivanti helps its clients maximize the potential of their investment.
Technical Relationship Manager
The Ivanti Technical Relationship Manager (TRM) is a strategic resource designed to accelerate solution adoption and return on investment for Ivanti products. The best way to maximize the ROI of the Ivanti investment is to have a resource that understands the business and helps the company leverage Ivanti tools to meet the objectives. Ivanti TRMs are the highest level technical resource available.
The Legacy Continues
For more than three decades, Ivanti has built its reputation on helping IT professionals fix their security issues and optimize their user experience. The company’s sought-after systems are some of the best in the industry. From patch and asset management to IT service delivery and security, Ivanti’s software is everything one needs to take its IT operations to the next level. And for the coming years, Ivanti will continue to have its great impact on the industry it serves with its next-generation first-rate solutions.
Steve Daly is the President and CEO of Ivanti. Steve is responsible for driving new and existing Ivanti business, as well as the creation of innovative IT management solutions. Steve served as SVP of Corporate Strategy for Avocent Corporation from 2003 through December 2006 and was responsible for driving strategic planning and business development. He previously served as President and CEO of Soronti Inc., a remote management vendor acquired by Avocent in 2003. Before Soronti, Steve held various marketing and finance positions at Intel Corporation and was director of marketing for the LANDESK Systems Management division of Intel. Steve holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA from Brigham Young University.
“From IT asset, patch, and systems management to IT service delivery and security, Ivanti is in the trenches with you. We help you succeed at your job.”