Kingsoft

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Kingsoft Corporation
Native name
金山软件
Jīnshān Ruǎnjiàn
Public
Traded asSEHK3888
ISINKYG5264Y1089
IndustrySoftware industry
Founded1988; 31 years ago (1988)
FounderKau Pak Kwan
Headquarters,
China[1]
Number of locations
6 offices[2] (2018)
Key people
Number of employees
~7,000[2] (2018)
Subsidiaries
Websitekingsoft.com

Kingsoft Corporation (Chinese: 金山软件; pinyin: Jīnshān Ruǎnjiàn) is a Chinese software company based in Beijing, founded in 1988 by Kau Pak Kwan. The company operates four subsidiaries: Seasun for video game development, Cheetah Mobile for mobile internet apps, Kingsoft Clouds for cloud storage platforms, and WPS for office software, including WPS Office.

Qiu Bojun resigned as chairman and CEO in 2011.[3] After selling the majority of his stake to Tencent.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://ir.kingsoft.com/corporate-overview
  2. ^ a b c http://ir.kingsoft.com/business-overview
  3. ^ Z., Lotte. "Qiu Baijun announced retirement plans Lei Jun took over as chairman of Kingsoft -PROG3.COM". prog3.com. Retrieved 11 November 2018.
  4. ^ "Tencent Acquires 15.68% Stake In Kingsoft For HKD900 Million – ChinaTechNews.com". ChinaTechNews.com. Retrieved 11 November 2018.

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