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NetMotion

netmotionsoftware.com

Founded Year

2001

Stage

Acquired | Acquired

Total Raised

$22.4M

Valuation

$0000 

About NetMotion

NetMotion Wireless develops software to manage, secure and optimize wireless data deployments for organizations with mobile field workers. On May 11th, 2021, NetMotion was acquired by Absolute Software.

Headquarters Location

1505 Westlake Ave N. Suite 500

Seattle, Washington, 98109,

United States

866-262-7626

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NetMotion Patents

NetMotion has filed 22 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer network security
  • Computer networking
  • Network protocols
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Application Date

Grant Date

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Related Topics

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6/29/2018

4/14/2020

Wireless networking, Computer network security, Network protocols, Network performance, Computer networking

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6/29/2018

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4/14/2020

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Wireless networking, Computer network security, Network protocols, Network performance, Computer networking

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Latest NetMotion News

Absolute Software Reports First Quarter Fiscal 2023 Financial Results

Nov 8, 2022

04:26p 11/08/2022 | 04:26pm EST Message : *Required fields Strong Cash Flow from Operations of $15 Million, and Enterprise and Government ARR Growth of 18% year over year Absolute Software Corporation (Nasdaq: ABST) (TSX: ABST) (the “Company”), the only provider of self-healing, intelligent security solutions, today announced its financial results for its first quarter fiscal 2023 ended September 30, 2022. All dollar figures are stated in U.S. dollars, unless otherwise indicated. “In Q1, we delivered steady execution against our plan, and I am confident that we are well-positioned to meet the Rule of 40 for the full fiscal year,” said Christy Wyatt, President and CEO of Absolute Software. “With the investments we’ve made this quarter, we are seeing the strategic impact that our self-healing, intelligent security solutions are having on organizations around the world - and the massive opportunity in front of us. Our focus continues to be consistent execution balancing profitability, cash generation and growth to deliver value for our customers, partners, and shareholders.” FIRST QUARTER FISCAL 2023 (“Q1 F2023”) OVERVIEW Key Financial Metrics Revenue was $53.6 million for Q1 F2023, an increase of 23% compared to Q1 of fiscal year 2022 (“Q1 F2022”). Adjusted Revenue(1) was $54.2 million for Q1 F2023, an increase of 11% compared to Q1 F2022. Net loss was $9.5 million for Q1 F2023, an increase of 25% compared to Q1 F2022. Adjusted EBITDA(1) for Q1 F2023 was $11.5 million or 21% of Adjusted Revenue(1), a decrease from $12.8 million or 26% of Adjusted Revenue for Q1 F2022. Total ARR(2) at September 30, 2022 was $215.7 million, an increase of 15% year over year. The Enterprise & Government portions of Total ARR increased by 18% over the prior year, and represented 78% of Total ARR at September 30, 2022. The Education sector portion of Total ARR increased by 7% year over year, and represented 22% of Total ARR at September 30, 2022. New Logo ARR(2) was $4.0 million for Q1 F2023, a decrease compared to $4.7 million for Q1 F2022. Net Dollar Retention(2) was 108% for Q1 F2023, a decrease compared to 109% for Q1 F2022. Cash from operating activities was $15.2 million for Q1 F2023, compared to cash used in operating activities of $0.6 million for Q1 F2022. A quarterly dividend of CAD$0.08 per outstanding common share was paid during Q1 F2023. Notes: (1) Adjusted Revenue, Adjusted EBITDA, and Adjusted EBITDA as percentage of Adjusted Revenue are non-IFRS measures. Refer to the “Use of non-IFRS measures and key metrics” section of the Q1 F23 MD&A for further discussion of these measures. (2) Adjusted Revenue and Adjusted EBITDA are non-IFRS measures. Refer to the “Use of non-IFRS measures and key metrics” section of the Q1 F23 MD&A for further discussion of these measures. FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS   $     $ $ (1) Recurring revenue represents revenue derived from cloud services, term-based subscription licenses, and recurring managed professional services. Other revenue represents revenue derived from perpetual software licenses, non-recurring professional services and ancillary product lines, including consumer products. (2) Adjusted Revenue and Adjusted EBITDA are non-IFRS measures. Refer to the “Use of non-IFRS measures and key metrics” section of the Q1 F23 MD&A for further discussion of these measures. (3) Total ARR is a key metric. Refer to the “Use of non-IFRS measures and key metrics” section of the Q1 F23 MD&A for further discussion of this measure. (4) (5) Q1 F2023 Business Highlights Business and organizational developments: In July, we brought our entire company together in person for the first time in three years for Absolute’s annual Company and Sales Kickoff as well as our first Engineering Summit. In September, we hosted a Financial Analyst Day in New York City to share an overview of Absolute’s market opportunities, business drivers, new product innovations, go-to-market strategy, and a financial update. Product and service highlights: In Q1, we added Ivanti Neurons for Unified Endpoint Management and Trellix Endpoint Security to our Application Resilience™ ecosystem, enabling joint Absolute Resilience® customers to ensure they remain healthy and undeletable. In July, we were featured in Forrester’s “The Future of Endpoint Management” report for our unique firmware-embedded position and persistence-based approach to self-healing. In August, we announced new innovations to Absolute Secure Endpoint, including end user messaging enhancements, an expanded catalog of resilient applications, and access to deeper insights needed to optimize existing Web application investments. In September, we were named an Overall Leader in the “2022 Leadership Compass: Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)” report, published by KuppingerCole Analysts AG. In September, we were named a Leader in the G2 Fall 2022 Grid® Report for Endpoint Management for the eleventh consecutive quarter, as well as a Leader in the Grid Report for Zero Trust Networking. Partner and other highlights: In Q1, we expanded distribution with Ingram Micro US to include Absolute Secure Access. In Q1, we drove increased partner interest as a result of our expanded channel team focused on enabling new security and solution focused Value-Added Resellers (VARs). In September, we partnered with Insyde Software and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. to enable Absolute Persistence® technology on the Snapdragon® 8cx Gen 3 and Snapdragon 7c+ Gen 3 Compute Platforms. F2023 Financial Outlook The Company’s financial outlook for its 2023 fiscal year (July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023) remains unchanged from the last reporting of financial results. Quarterly Dividend On October 19, 2022, we declared a quarterly dividend of CAD$0.08 per share on our common shares, payable in cash on November 25, 2022 to shareholders of record at the close of business on November 17, 2022. Quarterly Filings and Related Quarterly Financial Information Management’s Discussion and Analysis (“MD&A”) and Consolidated Financial Statements and the notes thereto for the fiscal period ended September 30, 2022 can be obtained today from Absolute’s corporate website at www.absolute.com . The documents will also be available under Absolute’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com and on EDGAR at www.sec.gov . Additionally, the Company today will publish on the Investor Relations section of its website ( www.absolute.com/company/investors/ ) a Q1 F2023 Earnings Presentation and a dashboard of Selected Operating and Financial Metrics. Conference Call Absolute Software will host a conference call on Tuesday, November 8, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time (2:00 p.m. Pacific Time) to discuss its results and business outlook. The call will be accessible by dialing 1-844-763-8274 or 1-412-717-9224; participants should ask to join the Absolute Software call. A live audio webcast of the conference call will also be available via the Absolute Investor Relations website . The conference call will be archived for replay until Tuesday, November 15, 2022. To access the archived conference call, please dial 855-669-9658 or 1-877-344-7529 and enter the reservation code 6893160. To access the replay using an international dial-in number, please use this link . An archived replay of the audio webcast will be available for one year. About Absolute Software Absolute Software (NASDAQ: ABST) (TSX: ABST) is the only provider of self-healing, intelligent security solutions. Embedded in more than half a billion devices, Absolute is the only platform offering a permanent digital connection that intelligently and dynamically applies visibility, control and self-healing capabilities to endpoints, applications, and network connections - helping customers to strengthen cyber resilience against the escalating threat of ransomware and malicious attacks. Trusted by 18,000 customers, G2 recognized Absolute as a leader for the eleventh consecutive quarter in the Fall 2022 Grid® Report for Endpoint Management and as a leader in the Grid Report for Zero Trust Networking. ©2022 Absolute ©2022 Absolute Software Corporation. All rights reserved. ABSOLUTE, the ABSOLUTE logo, and NETMOTION are registered trademarks of Absolute Software Corporation. Other names or logos mentioned herein may be the trademarks of Absolute or their respective owners. The absence of the symbols ™️ and ® in proximity to each trademark, or at all, herein is not a disclaimer of ownership of the related trademark. Use of non-IFRS measures and key metrics Throughout this press release we refer to a number of measures and metrics which we believe are meaningful in the assessment of the Company’s performance. Many of these measures and metrics do not have any standardized meaning under International Financial Reporting Standards (“IFRS”) as issued by the International Accounting Standards Board and are unlikely to be comparable to similarly titled measures reported by other companies. Readers are cautioned that the disclosure of these items is meant to add to, and not replace, the discussion of financial results or cash flows from operations as determined in accordance with IFRS. The purpose of these non-IFRS measures and key metrics is to provide supplemental information that may prove useful to readers who wish to consider the impact of certain non-cash or non-recurring items on the Company’s operating performance, and assist in comparison of our operating results over historical periods. Supplementing IFRS disclosures with non-IFRS measures outlined below provides management with an additional view of operational performance by excluding expenses that are not directly related to performance in any particular period. Management uses both IFRS and non-IFRS measures when planning, monitoring and evaluating the Company’s performance. These measures and metrics are as follows: Key Metrics Total ARR, Net Dollar Retention, and New Logo ARR As the majority of our customer contracts are sold under prepaid multi-year term licenses, there is typically a significant lag between the timing of the invoice and the associated revenue recognition. As a result, we focus on the annualized recurring value of all active contracts, measured by ARR, as an indicator of our future recurring revenues. ARR includes multi-year and short-term subscriptions for cloud-based services, as well as managed professional services and professional services with terms greater than one year. Both multi-year contracts and contracts with terms less than one year are annualized by dividing the total committed contract value by the number of months in the subscription term and then multiplying by twelve. We believe that increases in the amount of New Logo ARR, and improvement in our Net Dollar Retention, will accelerate the growth of Total ARR and, in turn, our future revenues. We provide these metrics as they are used to manage the business. We believe there is no similar measure under IFRS to which these measures can be reconciled. Total ARR is a key metric and measures the aggregate annualized recurring revenues of all active contracts at the end of a reporting period. This measure has historically been a good indicator of our future revenue streams. Total ARR will change over a period through the retention, attrition and expansion of existing customers and the acquisition of new customers. Net Dollar Retention is a key metric and measures the percentage increase or decrease in Total ARR at the end of a year for customers that comprised Total ARR at the beginning of the year We believe this metric provides useful insight into the effectiveness of our activities to retain and expand the ARR of our existing customers. New Logo ARR is a key metric and measures the addition to Total ARR from sales to new customers during a period. We believe this metric provides useful insight into the effectiveness of our efforts to secure revenue from new customers. Non-IFRS Measures Adjusted Revenue Adjusted Revenue is a non-IFRS measure that we define as revenue, excluding fair value adjustments relating to acquired deferred revenue. In connection with the acquisition of NetMotion, NetMotion’s deferred revenue was written down to its fair value at the acquisition date. As a result, related revenue in the post-acquisition period does not reflect the full amount of revenue that would otherwise be recognized. We believe excluding fair value adjustments relating to deferred revenue provides a useful measure of the Company’s performance as it allows for comparability across future periods, where revenue recognized would reflect the transaction price, without acquisition-related fair value adjustments. b) Adjusted Gross Margin and Gross Margin % Adjusted Gross Margin is defined as gross margin, adjusted for depreciation and amortization, share-based compensation expense, fair value adjustments relating to acquired deferred revenue, acquisition and integration costs, and non-recurring items. Adjusted Gross Margin % is defined as Adjusted Gross Margin as a percentage of Adjusted Revenue. c) Adjusted Operating Expenses Adjusted Operating Expenses is defined as sales and marketing expense, research and development expense, and general and administrative expense, excluding depreciation and amortization, share-based compensation expense, fair value adjustments relating to acquired deferred commission expense, restructuring or reorganization charges and post-retirement benefits, acquisition and integration costs, litigation costs, impairment losses, and non-recurring items. d) Adjusted Earnings before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization (“Adjusted EBITDA”) Adjusted EBITDA is a non-IFRS measure that we define as net income before interest income or expense, income taxes, depreciation and amortization, foreign exchange gains or losses, share-based compensation expense, fair value adjustments relating to acquired deferred revenue, fair value adjustments relating to acquired deferred commission expense, restructuring or reorganization charges and post-retirement benefits, acquisition and integration costs, litigation costs, impairment losses, and non-recurring items. We believe Adjusted EBITDA provides a useful measure of the Company’s performance, as it helps illustrate underlying trends in our business that could otherwise be masked by the effect of the income or expenses that are not indicative of the core operating performance of our business. Adjusted EBITDA has limitations as an analytical tool, and it should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for analysis of other IFRS financial measures. Some of the limitations of Adjusted EBITDA are that it excludes recurring expenses for interest payments, does not reflect the dilution that results from share-based compensation, and does not reflect the cost to replace amortized property and equipment and right-of-use assets. Further, it may be calculated differently by other companies in our industry, limiting its usefulness as a comparative measure. Reconciliation of non-IFRS measures from IFRS measures are presented below. Adjusted Revenue assets, and amortization of acquired intangible assets. Forward-Looking Statements| This press release contains certain forward-looking statements and forward-looking information, as defined under applicable securities laws, including, without limitation, the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (collectively, “forward-looking statements”), which relate to future events or Absolute’s future business, operations, and financial performance and condition. Forward-looking statements normally contain words like “will”, “intend”, “anticipate”, “could”, “should”, “may”, “might”, “expect”, “estimate”, “forecast”, “plan”, “potential”, “project”, “assume”, “contemplate”, “believe”, “shall”, “scheduled”, and similar terms and, within this press release, include, without limitation: the information under the heading “F2023 Financial Outlook”, statements regarding the NetMotion acquisition and integration, statements regarding Absolute’s market opportunity and ability to accelerate growth and expectations of ARR, and any statements (express or implied) respecting: Absolute’s future plans, strategies, and objectives, including plans, strategies, and objectives related to the NetMotion (as defined below) acquisition; projected revenues, expenses, margins, and profitability; future trends, opportunities, challenges, and growth in Absolute’s industry; the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Absolute’s business, operations, prospects, and financial results (including, without limitation, greater/continued remote working and/or distance learning); the increase in volume and range of data breaches and cyber threats; the anticipated operational, financial, and competitive benefits, and synergies of the NetMotion acquisition; Absolute’s ability to grow revenue by selling to new customers and increasing subscriptions with existing customers; Absolute’s ability to renew customers’ subscriptions; Absolute’s ability to maintain and enhance its competitive advantages within its industry and in certain markets; Absolute’s ability to remain compatible with existing and new PC and other device operating systems; the maintenance and development of Absolute’s PC OEM and other channel partner networks; existing and new product functionality and suitability; Absolute’s product and research and development strategies and plans; Absolute’s business development strategies and plans; Absolute’s privacy and data security controls; the seasonality of future revenues and expenses; Absolute’s ability to meet its commitments under and remain in compliance with its Term Loan Facility (a defined below); the future availability of working capital and any required financing; future dividend issuances or increases; the addition and retention of key personnel; increases to brand awareness and market penetration; future corporate, asset, or technology acquisitions; strategies respecting intellectual property protection and licensing; active and potential future litigation or product liability; future dividend issuances or increases; future fluctuations in applicable tax rates, foreign exchange rates, and/or interest rates; the future availability of tax credits; Absolute’s foreign operations; expenses, regulatory obligations, and/or legal exposures as a result of its SEC registration and Nasdaq listing; changes and planned changes to accounting policies and standards and their respective impact on Absolute’s financial reporting; Absolute’s environmental, social, and governance initiatives; macroeconomic uncertainty, including inflationary pressures and risks of economic recession; foreign exchange fluctuations macroeconomic uncertainty, including inflationary pressures and risks of economic recession; foreign exchange fluctuations; the continued effectiveness of Absolute’s accounting policies and internal controls over financial reporting; and other aspects of Absolute’s strategies, operations or operating results. Forward-looking statements are provided for the purpose of presenting information about management’s current expectations and plans relating to the future and to allow investors and others to get a better understanding of Absolute’s anticipated financial position, results of operations, and operating environment. Readers are cautioned that such information may not be appropriate for other purposes. Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance, actions, or developments and are based on expectations, assumptions and other factors that management currently believes are relevant, reasonable, and appropriate in the circumstances. The material expectations, assumptions, and other factors used in developing the forward-looking statements set out herein include or relate to the following, without limitation: Absolute will be able to successfully execute its plans, strategies, and objectives; Absolute will be able to successfully manage cash flow, operating expenses, interest expenses, capital expenditures, and working capital and credit, liquidity, ARR and market risks; Absolute will be able to leverage its past, current, and planned investments to support growth and increase profitability; Absolute will be able to successfully manage the impacts of COVID-19 on its business, operations, prospects, and financial results; there will continue to be a trend toward mobile computing and remote working and/or distance learning, in the short, medium, and/or long-term, and resulting demand for Absolute’s solutions; Absolute will be able to successfully integrate NetMotion’s operations and realize the expected benefits to Absolute and synergies from the acquisition; Absolute will transition the NetMotion customer agreements to recurring cloud subscriptions; the Absolute-NetMotion combined company’s financial profile will align with Absolute’s forecasts; Absolute will be able to implement its plans, forecasts, and other expectations with respect to the NetMotion acquisition and realize expected synergies; Absolute will be able to grow revenue by selling to new customers and increasing subscriptions with existing customers at or above the rates currently anticipated; Absolute will be able to renew customers’ subscriptions efficiently and cost effectively; Absolute will maintain and enhance its competitive advantages within its industry and certain markets; Absolute will keep pace with or outpace the growth, direction, and technological advancement in its industry; Absolute will be able to adapt its technology to be compatible with changes to existing and new PC and other device operating systems; Absolute will be able to maintain and develop its PC OEM and other channel partner networks; Absolute’s current and future (if any) PC OEM partners will continue to permit embedding of its firmware technology and/or provide distribution and resale support; Absolute’s business development strategies and plans (including, without limitation, enhanced data intelligence, Application Persistence™, and APaaS (as defined below)) will be successful as currently expected; Absolute will be able to maintain or grow its sales to education customers; Absolute’s existing and new products will function as intended and will be suitable for the intended end users; Absolute will be able to design, develop, and release new products, features, and services and enhance its existing products and services; Absolute will obtain FedRAMP (as defined below) certification and achieve greater penetration into government markets; Absolute will be able to protect against the improper disclosure of data it may process, store, and/or manage; Absolute’s revenues will not become subject to increased seasonality; Absolute will meet its commitments under and remain in compliance with its Term Loan Facility; future financing will be available to Absolute on favourable terms, if and when required; Absolute will be in a financial position to issue dividends in the future; fluctuations in applicable tax rates, foreign exchange rates, and interest rates will not have a material impact on Absolute; certain tax credits will remain or become available to Absolute; Absolute will be able to attract and retain key personnel; Absolute will be successful in its brand awareness and other marketing initiatives; Absolute will be able to successfully integrate businesses, intellectual property, products, personnel, and/or technologies that it may acquire; Absolute will be able to maintain and enhance its intellectual property portfolio; Absolute’s protection of its intellectual property is and will be sufficient and its technology does not and will not materially infringe third-party intellectual property rights; Absolute will be able to obtain any necessary third-party licenses on favourable terms; Absolute will not become involved in material litigation or subject to material adverse judgments, damages awards, or regulatory sanctions; Absolute will be able to successfully manage the additional expenses, regulatory obligations, and legal exposures resulting from its SEC registration and Nasdaq listing; Absolute will not face any material unexpected costs related to product liability or warranties; foreign jurisdictions will not impose unexpected risks; Absolute’s environmental, social, and governance initiatives will deliver positive outcomes; economic and market conditions (including, without limitation, as affected by the COVID-19 pandemic) will not impose unexpected risks or challenges; and Absolute will maintain or enhance its accounting policies and standards and internal controls over financial reporting. Although management believes that the forward-looking statements herein are reasonable, actual results could be substantially different due to the risks and uncertainties associated with and inherent to Absolute’s business, including the following risks (as more particularly described and referred to in the “Risk and Uncertainties” section of Absolute’s Q1 F2023 MD&A: that Absolute may not be able to accurately predict its rate of growth and profitability; ARR provides no assurance that actual events will meet the Company’s or management’s expectations; Absolute’s dependence on PC OEMs for embedding its firmware technology; Absolute’s reliance on its PC OEM and other distribution, resale, and other channels; risks related to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on Absolute; that Absolute may not be able to successfully integrate NetMotion’s operations; that Absolute may be unable implement its plans, forecasts, and other expectations for the NetMotion acquisition as anticipated, or at all, to realize the expected synergies from the NetMotion acquisition; that the Absolute-NetMotion combined company will not have the projected financial profile and will not experience the expected financial benefits and synergies; that the NetMotion acquisition and integration will disrupt Absolute’s business; that Absolute may be unable to attract new customers or maintain its existing customer base or grow or upgrade the services provided to these customers; that customers may not renew or expand their existing commercial relationship with Absolute; that Absolute may be unable to adapt its technology to be compatible with new operating systems; that Absolute’s business development activities will not advance and deliver the benefits as currently anticipated; that changing buying patterns in the education vertical may adversely impact Absolute’s business; that changing contracting or fiscal policies of government organization may adversely affect Absolute’s business and operations; that changes in macroeconomic conditions may harm our growth strategies and business prospects; that Absolute will not achieve FedRAMP certification, on the timeline currently expected or at all, which may hinder its ability to achieve greater penetration into government markets; risks relating to the evolving nature of the market for Absolute’s products; that Absolute’s software services may contain errors, vulnerabilities, or defects; that Absolute could suffer security breaches impacting the data that Absolute processes and otherwise handles; other risks associated with data security, privacy controls, and hacking; that Absolute’s reputation may be damaged, and its financial results negatively affected, if its internal networks, systems, or data are perceived to have been compromised; that customers may expose Absolute to potential violations of applicable privacy laws; that Absolute’s focus on larger enterprise customers could result in greater costs, less favourable commercial terms, and other adverse impacts to Absolute; risks associated with any failure by Absolute to successfully promote and protect its brands; risks associated with cyclical business impacts on Absolute; Absolute may fail to meet its commitments under or remain in compliance with its Term Loan Facility, which could allow the lenders to accelerate the repayment of the debt or seek other remedies under the Term Loan Facility; future financing that may be required may not be available on favourable terms; risks associated with the competition Absolute faces within its industry; that industry data and projections are inaccurate and unreliable; that Absolute’s research and development efforts may not be successful; risks resulting from interruptions or delays from third-party hosting facilities; that Absolute’s business may suffer if it cannot continue to protect its intellectual property rights; that Absolute may be unable to obtain patent or other proprietary or statutory protection for new or improved technologies or products; risks related to Absolute’s technology incorporating certain “open source” software; that Absolute may be unable to maintain technology licenses from third parties; risks related to fluctuating foreign exchange rates; that the price of Absolute’s common shares may be subject to wide fluctuations; risks related to Absolute’s SEC registration and Nasdaq listing; that Absolute is reliant on its key personnel; that Absolute may be subject to litigation or other dispute resolution from time-to-time; that Absolute may become subject to material adverse judgments, damages awards, or regulatory sanctions; risks related to Absolute’s foreign operations; that Absolute may be unable to successfully manage and/or integrate any future acquisitions; risks related to Absolute’s amortization of revenue over the term of its customer subscriptions including future ARR impact indicating future potential annualized revenue impact; risks related to Absolute’s reliance on its reseller and other partners for billings; that Absolute may reduce or eliminate its periodic dividend payments in the future; income tax related risks; that Absolute may not currently have or maintain adequate insurance coverages for the risks associated with its business; that Absolute may become subject to product liability claims; risks related to Absolute’s reliance on copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, and confidentiality procedures and similar contractual provisions; risks related to economic, market, and political volatility and uncertainty; and Absolute will not be able to maintain or enhance its accounting policies and standards and internal controls over financial reporting.. Additional material risks and uncertainties applicable to the forward-looking statements herein include, without limitation, unforeseen events, developments, or factors causing any of the aforesaid expectations, assumptions, and other factors ultimately being inaccurate or irrelevant. Many of these factors are beyond the control of Absolute. All forward-looking statements included in this press release are expressly qualified in their entirety by these cautionary statements. The forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as at the date hereof and Absolute undertakes no obligation to update publicly or to revise any of the included forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise, except as may be required by applicable securities laws. ABSOLUTE SOFTWARE CORPORATION   * Year over year growth for ARR metrics and Total Adjusted Revenue for F22 is calculated compared to an as-if combined basis for F21. ** Margin % is calculated as a percentage of Adjusted Revenue. *** Diluted weighted average number of common shares outstanding includes the dilutive effects of stock options, PSUs, and RSUs, for the purposes of determining Adjusted EPS. The amount may differ from diluted weighted average number of common shares outstanding disclosed in the Company’s financial statements, which excludes such dilutive securities when their effects are antidilutive. We define Non-IFRS earnings per share ("Adjusted EPS") as diluted earnings (loss) per share adjusted for foreign exchange gain or loss, depreciation and amortization, share-based compensation expense, fair value adjustments relating to acquired deferred revenue, fair value adjustments relating to acquired deferred commission, restructuring or reorganization charges and post-retirement benefits, acquisition and integration costs, litigation costs, impairment losses, non-recurring items, and income tax effects related to the non-GAAP adjustments. Adjusted EPS is not a standardized financial measure under IFRS and therefore it may not be comparable to similar measures presented by other issuers. We believe this metric provides useful information to investors and others in understanding and evaluating our operating results as it helps illustrate underlying trends in our business that could otherwise be masked by the effect of the income or expenses that are not indicative of the core operating performance of our business. Adjusted EPS (Non-IFRS) Reconciliation

NetMotion Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was NetMotion founded?

    NetMotion was founded in 2001.

  • Where is NetMotion's headquarters?

    NetMotion's headquarters is located at 1505 Westlake Ave N., Seattle.

  • What is NetMotion's latest funding round?

    NetMotion's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did NetMotion raise?

    NetMotion raised a total of $22.4M.

  • Who are the investors of NetMotion?

    Investors of NetMotion include Absolute Software, Union Bank, Carlyle, Clearlake Capital Group, Mitsui & Co. Global Investment and 11 more.

  • Who are NetMotion's competitors?

    Competitors of NetMotion include CyberHive and 1 more.

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