Jamf, the company behind popular Apple device management software for businesses, today announced that 2017 marked a record year for growth. In a press release, the company said that it expanded its base by 40 percent, with over 4,000 new organizations….
Jamf says it now manages over 9 million iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple TVs, with two million of those being new additions during 2017. The company now serves some 13,700 customers, including organizations like:
- 17 of the 25 largest Fortune 500 companies
- 10 of the top 10 global marketing groups
- 10 of the top 11 children’s hospitals
- 7 of the top 10 U.S. media companies
- 6,000 K-12 and higher education schools
Jamf touts several different enterprise initiatives as success stories in 2017. For instance, the company points to Walmart, Capital One, and SAP collaborating at the annual Jamf Nation User Conference to discuss the benefits of using the Mac in enterprise.
Mac Choice Gains Adoption Among Fortune 500
Following in the footsteps of IBM, Walmart, Capital One and SAP collaborated on stage at JNUC 2017 to talk about choice programs, and how offering Mac devices is not only expected by employees, but improves employee retention, satisfaction and reduces overall IT costs.
News of Jamf’s growth is good news for Apple, which has been increasing its focus on the enterprise market in recent years. The company is working closely with IBM and SAP on enterprise efforts, as well as Cisco.
Jamf’s full press release is available below:
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