OREM, Utah– October 31, 2018 – Nanoheal, a digital workspace automation platform, today announced that it has been named to the 2018 Utah 100 MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN)’s annual list of the 100 fastest growing companies in Utah and was honoured at the 24th annual Utah 100 Awards program, held at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.
Providing a digital workspace automation platform for some of the world’s largest companies and premium tech support providers, Nanoheal’s acquisition of Bask Technology in 2017 and rapid adoption of automation technology in most business sectors were two primary reasons for significant revenue growth.
“Being part of this elite group is a great achievement. I am extremely proud of our entire team,” explained Tim Kapp, vice president of product and marketing at Nanoheal. “The combination of Nanoheal’s digital workspace automation platform and Bask’s highly-rated tech support services has not only been a key driver of our growth, but also an ideal way to educate customers on best practices when implementing workspace automation.”
Nanoheal’s workspace automation platform is able to predict, identify, and resolve up to 80 percent of PC and other networked device issues with minimal or no human guidance. When combined with tech support offerings, the Nanoheal platform easily scales from managing a home to managing a large fleet of tech devices including PCs, Mobile devices, IoT devices, and online services.
Recipients of the Utah 100 were chosen by the percentage of revenue increase of each company between 2013 and 2017.
Based in Orem, Utah, Nanoheal’s workspace automation platform simplifies technology ownership at work and home. The platform includes one-click user self-help, device self-healing, and agent assisted device monitoring and automations. Nanoheal’s ability to support a wide range of network devices—including PC, mobile, and IoT devices—along with its extensive suite of automations makes it unique in its market. www.nanoheal.com.