IT management platform NinjaRMM announced on Monday the opening of its new Austin headquarters. The startup relocated from San Francisco to Austin in March but didn’t have an office in the area until now.
The new 4,000-square-foot office is located steps from the Texas state capitol.
“Austin has an incredible dynamism that’s attracted a world-class talent pool and business community that really grabbed our attention,” CEO Sal Sferlazza told Built In via email. “Aside from the friendly business environment and lower cost of living, Austin felt like a great place where we could continue to grow sustainably.”
Currently, NinjaRMM has about 30 employees in Austin but plans to add 75 to 100 employees locally over the next year. Hiring is already underway with several positions open, including a product designer, product manager, account executive and technical QA engineer.
NinjaRMM offers a hybrid work model where the company’s 280 employees can work from home or in the office. In addition to Austin, the company has offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Tampa, Berlin and Sydney.
NinjaRMM’s cloud-based software is used by service providers and IT departments to remotely monitor and manage a company’s network, laptops, servers and more. The software combines monitoring and alerting, patch management, reporting, credential exchange, back-up, IT automation and antivirus on one platform.
The company was founded in 2013 by Sferlazza, AJ Singh and Eric Herrera with its platform launching in 2015. Singh serves as NinjaRMM’s vice president of product management and Herrera is the vice president of sales.