Cision

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Cision AB
Type Public
Traded as OMXCSN
Industry Public Relations Services, PR Software, Marketing Resources, Media Contacts Database, Press Release Distribution
Founded 1892
Headquarters Stockholm, Sweden
Key people Peter Granat, (President & CEO)
Anders Böös, (Chairman of the board)
Revenue SEK 975.9 Million 2012[1]
Employees 1,049 (2012)[1]
Website www.cision.com

Cision AB is a Swedish software company.[2] Cision has offices in Europe, North America and Asia. As of 2011, it had revenues of SEK 1 billion.

History[edit]

Cision, formerly Bacon's Information, was founded in 1932.[3] When Bacon's was acquired by Observer in 2001, it was renamed to Cision.[citation needed]

Products and services[edit]

CisionPoint is a web-based software as a service product to build media lists, distribute press releases, manage PR campaigns, monitor news coverage and analyze results. CisionPoint is built on the Bacon's Media Database.[4] CisionPoint offers Bacon’s Media Database and CisionPoint’s monitoring and productivity tools. There are three editions of CisionPoint – CisionPoint Enterprise, CisionPoint Professional, and CisionPoint Small Business.

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