Minneapolis software company quietly plans an IPO

//Minneapolis software company quietly plans an IPO

Minneapolis software company quietly plans an IPO

Minneapolis-based Jamf Software, which makes management software for Apple Inc. devices, has filed for a confidential initial public offering, Bloomberg reports. The company will seek a valuation of around $3 billion, Bloomberg reported, citing unidentified sources. Jamf develops software that lets companies and other big organizations monitor, maintain and update their fleets of Apple computers. It was founded in 2001, before the iPhone sent Apple's fortunes skyrocketing, letting Jamf get in on…

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