/>
X

Jamf reports $366.4 million in revenue for 2021, $103.8 million for Q4

The Apple Enterprise Management company yielded a net profit of 2 cents a share.
headshot-2.jpg
Written by Jonathan Greig on

Jamf, an Apple Enterprise Management company, this afternoon reported Q4 revenue and profit that narrowly topped analysts' expectations. 

Revenue in the quarter rose 36%, year over year, to $103.8 million, yielding a net profit of 2 cents a share. Non-GAAP operating income for Q4 was $2.9 million. 

For the full fiscal year, the company reported a total revenue of $366.4 million, a 36% jump compared to the previous year. The company reported a non-GAAP gross profit of $296.6 million in 2021. 

Analysts had been modeling $100.31 million and 1 cent per share.

Jamf shares fell about 3% in late trading. 

"2021 represented a pivotal year for Jamf as we expanded and strengthened our platform, completed our largest acquisition to date, closed the three largest customer contracts in our history, and added a record number of devices to our platform, all while completing our first full fiscal year as a public company and consistently delivering strong financial results," said Dean Hager, CEO of Jamf. 

"As we enter 2022, we're well-positioned to continue delivering for our customers, employees, and investors as we help drive expansion of Apple in the enterprise."

ARR year-over-year growth was $412.5 million. 

For the current quarter, the company expects revenue between $104.5 million and $106.5 million. For the full year, the company is predicting revenue in a range of $466 million and $472 million. 

Related

The Apple iPad Mini just dropped by $100
Apple iPad Mini 2021

The Apple iPad Mini just dropped by $100

Tablets
Apple Pencil deal alert: Save $30 on second-gen model
Apple Pencil (2nd Generation)

Apple Pencil deal alert: Save $30 on second-gen model

Mobile Accessories
How to create rules in Apple Mail to keep from missing important messages
mailrule1

How to create rules in Apple Mail to keep from missing important messages

Productivity