The report on Monday will be the company's second quarterly results after it went public on June 18.
Analysts have estimated earnings of 10 cents per share on $350.97 million in revenue for the latest quarter.
In August, Fitbit reported better than expected results for the 2015 second quarter, with earnings of 21 cents per share, beating estimates by 13 cents, and revenue of $400.41 million, ahead of the estimated $319.45 million.
The fitness tracker maker has recently been expanding its Fitbit Wellness corporate program, with about 20 new customers added in the past four months.
Companies such as GoDaddy.com (GDDY), Boston College and Barclays (BCS) have been integrating the Fitbit Wellness software and Fitbit devices into their corporate wellness programs.
Fitbit stock is rising 3.25% to $38.79 in early afternoon trading on Friday.