Its offering includes such segments as Defense & Cybersecurity, Environment & Energy, Auto Rail Aero, Industry & Administration and Smart System and Services. The Company provides its services to clients in various sectors, including telecommunications and multimedia, automobile, transport and aeronautics, energy and industry, as well as defense. IT Link SA operates through two subsidiaries: IT Link System SA, which offers IT consulting and technical assistance in the field of electronics and on-board technologies, and Ipsis SAS, specialized in IT solutions for telecommunications and automative engineering.
Type
Public
HQ
Paris 14 E Arrondissement, FR
Founded
1986
Size (employees)
411 (est)+2%
Website
itlink.fr
IT Link was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Paris-14E-Arrondissement, FR

IT Link Office Locations

IT Link has offices in Paris-14E-Arrondissement, Stuttgart, München, Bruxelles and in 1 other location
Paris-14E-Arrondissement, FR (HQ)
11 Boulevard Brune
Montréal, CA
1800 le 500 Place-d'Armes 500 Place d'Armes
Bruxelles, BE
149 Avenue Louise
München, DE
3 Landaubogen
Stuttgart, DE
26 Hirschstraße

IT Link Data and Metrics

IT Link Financial Metrics

EUR

Market capitalization (22-Sep-2017)

24.3 m

Closing share price (22-Sep-2017)

14.6
IT Link's current market capitalization is €24.3 m.
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Facebook admitted to congressional investigators on Wednesday that it sold $100,000 worth of ads to a nebulous Russian company with a history of pro-Kremlin propaganda, the Washington Post first reported.  The ads, which started running in the summer of 2015 and continued throughout the election…

Pantsuit Nation is growing up. Doing it right means talking about race.

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 You’ve done it. After weeks and weeks of bringing your Overwatch A-game to the table for randos who disappear at the end of every match, you’ve finally found a competent group that wants to stick together. Now what? Guilded wants to be the spot your gaming guild calls home; the home base you head b…

5 words you should never use in a job interview

Receiving an invitation to a job interview is both exciting and nerve-racking. It can also be highly competitive depending on the industry and economy. That’s why it’s necessary for you to prepare to impress the interviewer as soon as you sit down for the interview. While having an effective res…

With Breath of the Wild, Zelda Finally Loses Its Way. And I Love It

In a striking return to form, the newest Zelda game captures the joy of getting lost in an eclipsing, unfamiliar wilderness. The post With Breath of the Wild, Zelda Finally Loses Its Way. And I Love It appeared first on WIRED.

Skype is killing off its WiFi service March 31 to focus on ‘core’ features

 Skype, the Microsoft-owned service that helped pioneer and popularize the rise of voice and video calls over the internet, is killing off one of the features that it added in later years to try to make the service more ubiquitous, especially among roaming users: on March 31, the company is killing …
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