Jamf Ventures

Jamf launches Jamf Ventures

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Jamf recently announced the launch of Jamf Ventures, an investment fund focused on early-stage companies from around the world that will invest in projects related to strengthening security and transformative power within the Apple ecosystem.

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The fund focuses on early-stage companies around the world that will provide strategic value to Jamf’s clients. Jamf Ventures’ first investment through the fund is SwiftConnect.

SwiftConnect is a provider of cloud-based software that connects disparate access control systems across owner and enterprise portfolios with systems for mobile credentials, user proofs – and other systems that impact physical access requirements. In addition to simplifying access management, SwiftConnect also connects its customers to a virtual badge on their mobile device.

Jamf Ventures partners with innovative technology companies in order to accelerate growth. Jamf has announced that it will invest $50 million in startups over the next five years.

“Jamf Ventures represents our commitment to helping our customers succeed with Apple through the most innovative, robust and scalable Apple Enterprise Management platforms and partnerships,” said Jake Mosey, Vice President of Jamf Ventures. “By joining forces with other true innovators, we will be able to continue to provide Jamf Nation solutions that help them connect, manage and protect their Apple fleet.”

Jamf portfolio companies will also have access to Jamf’s APIs, technologies and comprehensive IT research expertise.

“Jamf is a complementary addition to our impressive list of real estate technology investors, and we are excited to be a senior member of Jamf Ventures,” said Chip Kreuger, CEO of SwiftConnect. As an IT and IT expert, Jamf brings her unique insights into the intersection of physical and digital security, as well as how personal technology in an organization can drive employee experiences. We are grateful for their partnership and look forward to the future together.

9to5Mac’s take on Jamf Ventures

Jamf Ventures is something I’ve been thinking about for the past few weeks, and I think it’s a really exciting announcement overall. Jamf knows the Apple ecosystem. They know the risks organizations face with technology, so they’re in a good position to help these companies navigate the early start-up stages.

For Jamf shareholders and customers, it gives Jamf the opportunity to invest in early stage companies that have the potential to provide incredible returns in the future.

Overall, Jamf is positioning itself to be the premier provider of venture capital to companies that build around Apple’s enterprise ecosystem. I’m excited to see what kind of partnerships Jamf Ventures can achieve in the future.

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