Press release: LINK Mobility to handle mobile messages for Lindex

LINK Mobility Sweden, a subsidiary of LINK Mobility Group ASA, one of Europe’s leading mobile messaging and mobile services providers, is taking over the SMS sendings for Lindex, one of Europe’s leading fashion retailers.

Lindex is one of Europe’s leading fashion chains with over 480 stores in 18 markets as well as e-commerce. The fashion chain offers a wide and inspiring range of women’s and children’s clothes, and underwear and cosmetics. The company was founded in Sweden and is today a part of the Finnish listed company Stockmann, with a strong position in the Nordic region. With the customer club ‘More at Lindex’, Lindex rewards its most loyal customers.

LINK Mobility will handle SMS sendings for Lindex to members in the “More at Lindex” customer club and e-commerce customers, on Lindex’s all markets, through integration with their CRM and e-commerce systems. The plan is for the collaboration to start in October 2017.

“We are constantly working on developing new solutions to offer our customers an even more inspiring shopping experience in all our markets. We’ve chosen LINK Mobility for their capacity and ability to demonstrate new opportunities in the field of communication,”says Henrik Sörstedt, Head of Digital Business Development at Lindex.

“This shows our ability and knowledge to deliver solutions for companies operating in several markets, which of course feels nice,” says Krister Tånneryd, CEO of LINK Mobility Sweden. “Furthermore, it feels good to be able to deliver our services to such a large and Swedish founded company, aiming to be at the forefront of digital solutions. I think we can find more areas of cooperation once we’re up and running.” continues Krister Tånneryd.

LINK is one of Europe’s leading SMS and mobile service providers. LINK has its head office in Oslo, and has offices in Bergen, Stockholm, Malmö, Copenhagen, Kolding, Tampere, Helsinki, Hamburg, Riga and Tallinn. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the name LINK. LINK has continued to grow in recent years in terms of both revenue and profits.

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