Ubiquity

Ubiquity is an Italian fintech company specialized in providing mobile messaging services for banks. Founded in Milan in 1999, Ubiquity received immediate appreciation from the market, given the quality and level of innovation of its solutions. Since then, it rapidly grew into today’s leadership position in Italy with an important share in the mobile messaging services for banks.

In November 2015, Ubiquity received the ELITE certification by Borsa Italiana, thus completing the path envisioned in less than two years.

In 2016, the company began its international expansion. The first step was in March, when Ubiquity opened a branch in Switzerland with the goal of expanding its business in Europe. The biggest step was in October 2016, when Ubiquity communicated the acquisition of 51% of Solutions Infini, fast-growing Indian operator in the sector of mobile messaging services for companies.

From the merge of the two companies, the international group formed held: total revenues amounting to Euros 65 million ca., 200 employees ca., 10 offices (in Italy, India, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates). The goal is to expand to Asia, just as in Europe, by integrating the two companies’ solutions to cover both the financial market as well as companies and small-medium enterprises.

At the end of October 2017, the Indian Ministry of Telecommunications gave Ubiquity the green light to the acquisition of 100% of Solutions Infini. This approval is publicly announced during the meeting between Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday the 30th in Delhi.

Dario Calogero, CEO of Ubiquity, was invited to join a delegation of Italian companies accompanying Prime Minister Gentiloni to India for the occasion.