A syndicate of investors, including two ones, is pouring $16 million worth of new capital into Samanage, a provider of “cloud” based-service software solutions and support. The company plans to hire additional personnel and expand its global operations.

The Cary-based company announced the funding early Wednesday.

The Series B round drew Marker LLC and Vintage Investment Partners as the new investors.

Previous backers participating include Carmel Ventures, Gemini Israel Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank.

Samanage says the large round is the”biggest private funding round in the IT service management industry in the past three years.”

In 2013, Samanage raised $5 million.

The company’s products and services also have drawn international attention. In 2014, Samanage was named to the “AlwaysOn 250” tech disruptor list. Research firm IDC also has selected the company as a “Cool Vendor.”

As cloud computing and services has grown, so has Samanage, which says it has recorded three straight quarters of “triple digit growth.” After nearly doubling its customer count in 2014, the firm has clients in 52 countries.

Investors like the trend, and Samanage is “on track” for similar growth in 2015.

“Samanage has evolved from an emerging player to an innovative leader in the enterprise service desk software space,” said Lluis Pedragosa of Marker. “The vision of the company combined with their agile product development and exceptional customer experience are just some of the key differentiators Samanage brings to the market. They stand out from the crowd, and we look forward to the partnership as they continue to disrupt the ITSM landscape.”

Samanage plans to use the new funds to “scale” its engineering and “customer facing teams” for sales and customer support.

The company also plans to expand to Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific markets.

“We are excited about the next growth stage for Samanage and our continued path to capitalize on the opportunity in the mid-market and enterprise Service Management industry,“ said Doron Gordon, the founder and CEO of Samanage, in a statement.

“This funding recognizes the hard work and amazing determination of the Samanage team to deliver a new type of software experience, one that is absolutely focused on making our customers successful by building software that they love to use.”

Marker LLC is based in New York City and Israel with $350 million under management.

Vintage Investment Partners, which also is based in Israel, has more than $700 million under management,

Carmel Ventures, another Israeli firm, has $800 million under management.

Gemini Israel Ventures manages $700 million. has helped many of Israel’s most talented entrepreneurs to build