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Heat Software emerges from FrontRange and Lumension

The creation of Heat Software is being driven by Clearlake Capital Group’s  acquisition of FrontRange and its existing company Lumension.

Both companies offer  Hybrid Service Management and Unified Endpoint Management software solutions for organisations of all sizes.

Heat Software will be led by Jonathan Temple as CEO, and the new company will feature a blended management team with senior executives from both companies,  which will have more than 350 employees serving its global customer base and will be headquartered in Milpitas, California USA.

Heat Software has the scale and ability to serve enterprises across all geographies and verticals. The combination of the two companies offers customers the ability to deliver world-class service while maximizing operational efficiencies with reduced cost and complexity. Additionally, the platform offers enhanced capabilities in the management of endpoint operations, security and compliance.

“Our customers are improving service quality every day by deploying HEAT, the industry’s leading hybrid service management platform with fully integrated client management capabilities. The existing HEAT platform is unique in that from a single code base, the solution can be deployed either on-premises, in the cloud, or a combination of both,” said Temple, who previously served as President and CEO of FrontRange. “Thanks to the strong financial backing and operational expertise from Clearlake, we will now be able to add Lumension’s best-in-class endpoint management and protection solutions that greatly complement FrontRange’s existing HEAT platform. HEAT Software is now in the envious position of providing a product portfolio that is the most flexible, advanced, and complete, offering in the market.”

Clearlake Operating Advisor John Ferron will serve as Chairman of the HEAT Software Board of Directors, which will also include Temple, Eghbali and Mehrotra.