Sinch AB (publ)

Sinch AB (publ)

  • Price (EUR)2.61
  • Today's Change-0.216 / -7.62%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-65.83%
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Sinch AB (publ), formerly CLX Communications AB (publ), is a Sweden-based company primarily engaged in the provision of cloud computing services under the brand Sinch. It operates a communication platform, which enables business entities to communicate with their customers. The Company's activities are divided into four operating segments: Enterprise Division, Operator Division, Sinch Voice & Video, and Vehicle. The Enterprise division is responsible for handling messages for enterprises via Short Message Service (SMS), voice and mobile data, among others. The Operator segment provides software, licenses and technical support to mobile operators. The Sinch Voice & Video segment covers the Company's real-time voice and video products. The Vehicle segment offers a mobile video marketing platform.

  • Revenue in SEK (TTM)27.72bn
  • Net income in SEK-4.94bn
  • Incorporated2012
  • Employees3.58k
  • Location
    Sinch AB (publ)Lindhagensgatan 74STOCKHOLM 112 18SwedenSWE
  • Phone+46 844682803
  • Websitehttps://www.sinch.com/
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