SHENZHEN, China, April 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Aurora Mobile Limited (NASDAQ: JG) (“Aurora Mobile” or the “Company”), a leading mobile developer service provider in China, today announced that its subsidiary Wuhan SendCloud Technology Co., Ltd. (“SendCloud”) has entered into a partnership with a market-leading global new energy vehicle manufacturer to provide email services to the automaker.
SendCloud is a leading email API platform in China that provides customers with email and SMS services. Since its launch in 2013, SendCloud has provided tens of thousands of enterprise customers with reliable, efficient and secure email and SMS services, as well as other service-related accurate and timely analysis reports.
On March 9, 2022, Aurora Mobile completed the acquisition of a majority equity interest in SendCloud, which officially became the Company's subsidiary on the same day.
About Aurora Mobile Limited
Founded in 2011, Aurora Mobile is a leading mobile developer service provider in China. Aurora Mobile is committed to providing efficient and stable push notification, one-click verification, and app traffic monetization services to help developers improve operational efficiency, grow and monetize. Meanwhile, Aurora Mobile's vertical applications have expanded to market intelligence, and financial risk management, empowering various industries to improve productivity and optimize decision-making.
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