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CLX Communications (XSTO:CLX), a leading global provider of cloud-based communications services today announced that it has won the prestigious Company of the Year award at this year’s Swedish Mobile Awards. 

Accepted by Henrik Sandell, co-founder, and Pedro Carmo, VP Operator Relations, at the Swedish Mobile Awards ceremony in Malmo, Sweden last night, the Company of the Year award acknowledges Sweden’s best mobile businesses, judging them on their company growth, market share and innovation on the global stage.

Previous winners of the Swedish Mobile Awards include iZettle, King, Minecraft, Skype, Spotify, and Truecaller.

Henrik Sandell, CLX co-founder said: “We are honoured to win the Company of the Year award at this year’s Swedish Mobile Awards. The past twelve months has seen the company succeed with its ambitious roadmap for growth and innovation. Being acknowledged for that drive forward is a fantastic achievement.”

The reasons for CLX Communications winning the award was summarised by the judges: “CLX has in a very short period become one of the global market leaders in the cloud communications industry. Fast growth, global expansion, and a strong M&A strategy in combination with innovative solutions in IoT have all led to a market cap of close to 6 Billion SEK.”

Since the company was founded in 2008, CLX has become a leading global provider of cloud-based communication services and solutions to enterprises and mobile operators.  With Revenues of 2.3 Billion SEK (~$260M USD) in the financial year ended on 31 December 2016, CLX handles more than 15 Billion API calls annually across its global network of more than 200 Tier 1 connections with mobile operators.

The company has also completed key acquisitions in the last 12 months including messaging giant, Mblox, cloud communications company, Sinch, and more recently Xura Secure Communications in Germany.

 

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