We Are EMCO Software

EMCO creates innovative software to manage network computers remotely and automate network administration.

Reykjavik, Iceland | EMCO Headquarters

About Us

EMCO was founded in 2001 in Reykjavik, Iceland. Managing Windows networks as network administrators, we could not find tools that would help us automate our routine network administration tasks, so we decided to create such tools for fellow administrators and ourselves.

Today we offer innovative software that help IT specialists and network administrators to automate their Windows network management tasks. Our software tools are focused on remote management of Windows computers across networks and allow administrators to perform routine tasks on all managed computers with a few mouse clicks. We automate software audit and deployment, power management, hosts monitoring and other computer administration tasks.

EMCO at Glance

Founding Year: 2001
Headquarters: Reykjavik, Iceland
Products: 12 commercial and free tools
Customers: 25,000+

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Our Customers

Being suitable for managing networks of any size, our products cater to the needs of 25,000+ customers in 85 countries around the globe. They are Fortune 100 corporations and small businesses, as well as governments, military institutions, universities, public schools, libraries and charities.

Our customers rely on EMCO products for managing their mission-critical network infrastructure. Using our products, network administrators monitor, audit, deploy and manage 3,000,000+ network devices every day.

Featured Customers
Boeing
Westinghouse
MeadWestvaco
Hilton
US Army Corps of Engineers
Computer Sciences

What Experts Say

I think that EMCO Ping Monitor has a lot to offer in a crowded server monitoring space. EMCO stands up well in the face of its competition by offering the busy systems administrator low cost, low management overhead and reporting capability.

Timothy Warner

EMCO MSI Package Builder is one of the better stand-alone MSI packaging tools that I've had a chance to work with and it lets you create MSI packages quickly and easily from non-silent .exe setup files.

Mitch Tulloch