Acronis is a leading backup software, disaster recovery, and secure data access provider to consumers, small-medium businesses, and enterprises.
Acronis sets the standard for cyber protection through its innovative backup, anti-ransomware, disaster recovery, storage, and enterprise file sync and share solutions.
Acronis was founded in Singapore in 2003 by Serguei Beloussov, Ilya Zubarev, Stanislav Protasov, and Maksim Tsypliaev. The company was incorporated in Switzerland in 2008. Acronis has it's Corporate Headquarters in Switzerland and International Headquarters in Singapore, with multiple offices worldwide.
Acronis solutions include physical, virtual, and cloud server backup software, storage management, secure file sharing, and system deployment. Powered by the Acronis AnyData Engine, Acronis products provide easy, complete, and safe solutions for data in local, remote, cloud, and mobile devices.
Acronis enhanced by its award-winning AI-based active protection technology, blockchain-based data authentication and unique hybrid-cloud architecture, protects all data in any environment – including physical, virtual, cloud, mobile workloads and applications – all at a low and predictable cost.
Acronis' solutions are used by 5.5 million home users and 500,000 companies. Clients include sports teams such as American football’s Chicago Bears and baseball’s Boston Red Sox.
Acronis is backed by Goldman Sachs, Insight Partners, BlackRock, CVC Capital Partners, OpenView Venture Partners, Delta-v Capital, and others. The company raised $250M in new financing on Jul 26, 2022. This brings Acronis' total funding to $658M to date. The latest round pushed Acronis' valuation to $3.5B, up from $2.5B in a financing round raised in May 2021.