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  • Price (EUR)63.42
  • Today's Change1.98 / 3.22%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change-57.21%
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Qt Group Oyj is a Finland-based software company with a serving such industries as automotive, industrial automation, consumer electronics, or medical. The Qt Group is responsible for Qt product development, commercialization and licensing under commercial and open source licenses. The Company designs, develops and deploys User Interfaces and Applications. The offering of Qt Group is used via platforms including embedded devices, microcontrollers, desktop applications, mobile devices and Internet of Things. The Group reports one business segment that provides its customers with software development tools and covers the entire Group. The Company has subsidiaries in Norway, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, the United States, India, China and South Korea as well as a branch in Japan.

  • Revenue in EUR (TTM)132.51m
  • Net income in EUR24.34m
  • Incorporated2016
  • Employees585.00
  • Location
    Qt Group OyjBertel Jungin aukio D3AESPOO 02600FinlandFIN
  • Phone+358 988618040
  • Fax+358 204515004
  • Websitehttps://www.qt.io/
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