Switzerland is also a country where the IT industry is growing steadily. Below we have compiled a list of 3 IT companies – All 3 companies are part of our list of the largest IT companies in Switzerland.
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Place 1: ALSO Holding AG, Emmen: CHF 11.9 billion in sales
ALSO is a Swiss group active in the field of information and communication technology. The company was founded in 1984 and offers a wide range of IT services and solutions for companies. Its offering covers the areas of ALSO Services, Internet of Things, Modern Workplaces, Collaboration & Conferencing, IT Infrastructure, Cloud & Edge Computing, Cyber Security, 3D Printing and Tools for Hybrid Working. The Group employs around 4,000 people. The majority owner (51 percent) is Special Distribution Holding, Düsseldorf – a subsidiary of the German consulting and investment company Droege Group. Behind it is the German Droege family of entrepreneurs.
Place 2: SoftwareONE AG, Stans: CHF 7.9 billion in sales
SoftwareONE’s business model is software licensing and software portfolio management. The core solution is the PyraCloud platform. It enables users (primarily enterprises) to digitize and monitor their software procurement, management and license usage. SoftwareONE also sells a wide range of end-to-end software and cloud technology solutions. SoftwareONE was founded in 1992 under the name MicroWare AG, and has operated as SoftwareOne since 2006. The company has been listed on the stock exchange since 2019. SoftwareONE employs around 8,300 people and serves around 65,000 corporate customers in 90 countries. IT solutions from over 7,500 manufacturers are sold.
Place 3: Logitech International SA, Apples: CHF 2.9 billion revenue
On a farm in Apples, the Logitech story started in 1981. Today, Logitech is a global company with legal domicile in Apples and operational headquarters in Newark, California. The name “Logitech” is derived from the French “logiciel”. Logitech develops and sells peripherals for PCs and other electronic devices – primarily IT hardware. Computer mice and keyboards form the core business. Other Logitech product areas include headsets, remote controls, smartphone accessories, webcams, security cameras, presentation accessories, speakers and video conferencing solutions. Logitech has approximately 9,000 employees. The company is listed on the stock exchange. The shares are in free float.