Swisscom is Switzerland’s leading telecom provider with its headquarters in Ittigen, close to the capital city, Berne. With over 20,000 employees it generated turnover of CHF 11‘678 Mio. in 2015. Swisscom is one of the most sustainable companies in Switzerland and Europe. Swisscom employs more than 17,000 staff at locations throughout Switzerland, around 1,000 of whom are apprentices. Around one in three have direct daily contact with customers, either in sales or customer service departments. Swisscom offers its staff excellent working conditions within the framework of a collective labour agreement. Swisscom offers mobile communications, fixed networks, Internet and digital TV to corporate and residential customers. We are also one of Swizerland’s largest providers of IT services. We build and maintain the mobile and fixed-network infrastructure, transmit broadcast signals and own shares in media companies. Swisscom differentiates itself successfully on the market through innovative products and services. Examples in the residential customers area include the development of a new Internet box for speeds of 1 Gbps and ultra-secure surfing, or the cross-platform iO communications app which simplifies communications for users, allowing them to manage all calls, messages and conversations at a single location. In the business customers area, Swisscom has blazed new trails with its Mobile ID (a mobile-phone-based authentication solution available as a managed service) and Dynamic Computing Services (offering processing power and storage space from the cloud). What we stand for: As a trustworthy companion in the digital world, we want to win people’s hearts, make things simple and shape the future. So our customers feel safe and at ease.
Bring!, the Swiss shopping assistant app, has announced a Series A funding round of $2.5 million led by Swisscom Ventures, the investment arm of the telco, Swiss Founders Fund and a number of business angels. The app helps users share and edit shopping lists across their households. It will be addin…
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The test, which took place in Zurich demonstrated virtual reality and 360-degree panoramic live video, among other features Swiss telco Sunrise and Chinese vendor Huawei have announced the completion of an extensive 5G test in Switzerland. Using cloud-based core network end-to-end applications, 5G p…
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Swiss fintech startup NetGuardians has raised €7.8 million in Series C funding. The investment comes from Swisscom Ventures and Freemont Management.
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