CLEARWATER — San Francisco-based information technology startup NinjaRMM said Thursday it plans to expand its Clearwater office following a $30 million round of investment.
Founded in 2015, Ninja provides remote monitoring and management of information technology infrastructure, including the status of every device on a particular network, for more than 4,000 clients. Summit Partners’ latest investment brings Ninja’s total fundraising to $36 million.
The company has about 170 employees, 42 of them at its Countryside area office in Clearwater. It plans to grow its headcount there by 30 to 50 percent. The company’s engineering team is primarily based in Florida, though it also has offices in San Luis Obispo, Calif., Los Angeles and Berlin. Ninja last year grew its engineering department by 60 percent and plans to increase its capacity to release more features and platform improvements.