Jamf, makers of software tools that help businesses manage Apple devices, files for U.S. IPO

Jamf Holding Corp., which makes tools that help businesses manage Apple devices, has filed for an initial public offering (IPO) in the U.S.

Jamf Now software
Jamf Now software

Jamf Now and the more advanced Jamf Pro capabilities include:

• Configure settings like Wi-Fi and email on all of your devices quickly and consistently
• Automatically collect hardware, software and security configuration details from your Apple devices
• Centrally deploy apps over the air and reassign licenses as your workforce changes
• Secure your sensitive data, enforce passcodes and remotely lock/wipe devices

Jamf Pro’s additional features include:

• Empower users with your own app store. Let them install apps, update software and maintain their own device without a help desk ticket
• Automatically combat security vulnerabilities and ensure you users always get the latest and greatest software
• Advanced configurations to custom scripts

Crystal Tse, Liana Baker, and Mark Gurman for Bloomberg News:

The Minneapolis-based company, backed by the buyout firm Vista Equity Partners, listed an offer size of $100 million in a Tuesday filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, a placeholder amount that will likely change.

The company was aiming to be valued at about $3 billion in the listing, Bloomberg News reported in January.

Jamf, founded in 2002, makes MDM — mobile device management — software that lets organizations manage large numbers of iPhones, Macs, Apple TVs, and iPads. One of its features allows a company to update the software on all of its Apple devices at the same time.

MacDailyNews Take: Good luck to longtime Apple supporter, Jamf, in their IPO!

4 Comments

  1. Great software but they have pushed out the smaller companies and consultants that want to continue to use it. They now require a minimum $5,000 entry fee to license their software.

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