Evothings is a mobile application enabler for the Internet of Things (IoT) industry, helping developers and technology players that have the need to create and prototype mobile applications and deliver services that interface with their technologies. ...
In 2020, Evothings revenue run rate hit $1.0M in revenue.
Evothings has 0 customers.
Evothings has an annual churn rate of 0.00%
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Evothings has 1 employee.
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Evothings was founded in 2014.
The CEO of Evothings is Karin Edström
Evothings has 1 employee.
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