America’s Resolve Systems Buys Out Ayehu Israeli IT Automation Platform

The price was not disclosed.

Resolve Systems, a company involved in IT automation and service orchestration, has squired Israeli firm Ayehu, which offers a leading no-code intelligent IT automation platform. Resolve boasts that the new combination creates a “powerhouse solution that supports customers throughout their IT automation journeys.” While the purchase prices was not revealed, Israel’s Calcalist estimates the deal to be worth tens of millions of dollars.

With Ayehu’s no code SaaS offering, the Resolve Actions hyper-automation product line enables IT operations teams to deploy automation quickly and easily with out-of-the-box capabilities for the fastest time to value, while continuing to support customization for the most complex and unique environments.

Founded in 2007, Ayehu provides an intelligent automation and orchestration platform purpose-built for IT Operations and ITSM organizations looking to automate manual processes. Ayehu is a No-Code IT Automation Platform deployed by over 200 enterprise companies, including those in the Fortune 500, across IT Service Management, IT Infrastructure and Cloud Operations to accelerate the mean time to resolution of incidents by 90%, reduce service desk ticket volume by 70%, cut IT operation costs by as much as 55%, and drive customer satisfaction. Ayehu’s principal investors include Benhamou Global Ventures, KEC Ventures, and Novarian Palomar.

Resolve Systems helps IT teams achieve agile, autonomous operations with an industry-leading enterprise automation and AIOps platform. By combining insights from artificial intelligence with powerful, cross-domain automation, Resolve handles a wide array of IT operations – from dependency mapping, event correlation, and predictive analytics to intelligently automating actions based on those findings. Purpose-built to address challenges posed by increasing IT complexity, Resolve enables organizations to maximize operational efficiency, reduce costs, quickly troubleshoot and fix problems, and accelerate service delivery. See why the Fortune 1000, leading MSPs, and the largest communication service providers on the planet trust Resolve to power millions of automations every day.


“As we’ve watched the IT automation market evolve, we’ve seen two distinct needs emerge. There are those organizations that need to prioritize a fast time to value with out-of-the-box functionality, and those that need more powerful orchestration and integration capabilities to automate very complex, custom, and unique processes,” says Vijay Kurkal, Resolve CEO. “With the acquisition of Ayehu, Resolve can now serve the full spectrum of IT automation needs under one umbrella.”

“Ayehu’s vision is to democratize enterprise IT automation and to accelerate adoption by making it easy to use and operate, allowing enterprise IT teams to rapidly achieve value,” says Gabby Nizri, co-founder and CEO of Ayehu. “By joining Resolve, with its backing by Insight Partners, we can now turbocharge our innovation and journey toward making automation available for everyone via SaaS.”

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