Thoma Bravo-backed SMA Technologies acquires VisualCron

The acquisition is the first for SMA since receiving an investment from Thoma Bravo at the end of October. 

  • Thoma Bravo invested in SMA in October
  • SMA Technologies provides automation services for the finance sector
  • VisualCron provides an automation scheduling interface to streamline everyday tasks for Windows environments

Thoma Bravo-backed SMA Technologies, a provider of automation services for the finance sector, announced the acquisition of VisualCron.

Headquartered in Stockholm, VisualCron is an automation, integration and task scheduling tool for Windows environments. It provides an “easy-to-use” automation scheduling interface to streamline everyday tasks, saving time and reducing human error.

VisualCron complements SMA’s OpCon workload automation and orchestration platform that automates and manages workflows across business-critical operations from a single point of control, according to SMA.

The acquisition is the first for SMA since receiving an investment from Thoma Bravo at the end of October.

SMA Technologies is headquartered in Houston, Texas.

Thoma Bravo, headquartered in Chicago, focuses on the software and technology sectors. The firm has more than $120 billion in assets under management.