Launched in 2005, TeamViewer™ focuses on cloud-based technologies to enable online support and collaboration in real time across the globe. Remote support, remote access, and online collaboration are not mere buzzwords. They represent helping people, better-integrating technology into our daily lives, and creating new ideas.
We believe that wonderful things happen when people get together, and technology should make this possible for them from anywhere in the world. It should act as a catalyst to promote and amplify people’s ideas and their ability to solve issues and overcome challenges.
People have collectively used the technology from TeamViewer in billions of instances where distance and time would have otherwise prevented them from accomplishing their goals.
Installed on devices around the world
Germany, USA, Australia, UK, and Armenia
An international employer
Rare among IT companies
- has been installed on over 1.7 billion devices (each device generates a unique ID)
- creates 750,000 new IDs every day.
- has over 30 million devices online at any given time
- speaks your language with the software and support in more than 30 languages
These astonishing numbers have led top global companies to rely on TeamViewer as their choice to bring colleagues together across all platforms and all devices. From the largest businesses who view TeamViewer as “a game changer” to individuals who post their love and appreciation for our products across various social channels almost as quickly as people download it, we are constantly inspired by our users’ imaginations for finding ways to uniquely take advantage of our technology.
With ITbrain (an integrated management platform with remote monitoring, asset tracking, and anti-malware features) and Monitis (a cloud-based, agentless monitoring solution for websites, servers, and applications), TeamViewer has expanded its portfolio with successful technologies that enable IT professionals to more quickly manage, collaborate, and enable their infrastructure and users across the globe.