Investors

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With Basware, businesses can escape the complexity of manual financial systems and unlock the value in a connected business world. Together we’re releasing a new wave of economic value and potential, one e-invoice, one automated financial process at a time.

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As the global leader in providing purchase-to-pay and e-invoicing solutions in the world of commerce, Basware empowers companies to unlock value across their financial operations. With Basware, businesses can simplify and streamline key financial processes to strengthen control, reduce costs and boost cash  flows.

Stock exchange releases

Flagging notification in accordance with Chapter 9 Section 10 of the Finnish Securities Markets Act

12 September 2014
Basware Corporation, stock exchange release, September 12, 2014 at 10:45  Flagging notification in accordance...Read More

Basware at a glance


  • Basware is the global leader in providing purchase-to-pay and e-invoicing solutions in the world of commerce
  • Basware Commerce Network, the largest open business network in the world, connects 1 million companies across 100 countries and enables easy collaboration between buyers and suppliers of all sizes.
  • Revenue of €123.3 million in 2013
  • More than 1,400 employees worldwide
  • Listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki (BAS1V) since 2000 , established in 1985

Investor contact information


The purpose of Basware investor relations and communications is to provide reliable, transparent and timely information about the company to the markets, so the shareholders can evaluate Basware as an investment target and decide on their holdings.

Contacts

Sirje Ahvenlampi Senior Communications Manager sirje.ahvenlampi@basware.com Tel. +358 (0)50 557 3822 Mika Harjuaho CFO mika.harjuaho@basware.com General IR related enquiries & flagging notifications IR@basware.com

Basware Corporation

Puh. +358 (0)9 879 171 Visiting address: Linnoitustie 2, Cello-rakennus, Espoo (Leppävaara) Postal address: PL 97 02601 Espoo
Please note that a four week period of silence is followed before publishing quarterly and full-year financial reports. During this period, no questions on the performance of the company are answered.