It didn’t exist, so we built it.

Drawing on decades of experience in Apple IT, we saw a dire need for a device management platform that could accommodate growing businesses and increasing regulatory demands. Existing solutions were either overly simplistic or mind-numbingly complex, and didn’t meet the needs of today's organizations. We knew there had to be a better way — so we built Kandji.
"At Kandji, we believe everything should be as intelligent as it is intuitive and as powerful as it is beautiful."
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Kandji nabs $60M Series B as Apple device management platform continues to thrive
During the pandemic, having an automated solution for onboarding and updating Apple devices remotely has been essential, and today Kandji, a startup that helps IT do just that, announced a hefty $60 million Series B investment.
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Kandji raises $60M to manage Apple devices in the enterprise
San Diego-based Kandji closed a $60 million Series B after tripling its growth since raising its $21 million Series A last October. The platform enables quick and secure deployment for remote work, with hundreds of prebuilt application and security settings.

We’re backed by the best, too.

Behind our business is a handful of the best investors in tech. Together, we are creating a new category of device management that can better serve modern businesses.
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