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Cision AB
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]
Number of employees
1,049 (2012)[1]

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.


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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