It has been a busy 12 months for Atos.
The world’s tenth largest IT services supplier completed the $3.4bn purchase of Syntel, started the separation process with its Worldline payments processing division, and kicked off a new three-year strategy (“Advance 2021”).
Atos’ 3-year-plan to strengthen its position as a pure play leader in IT services; key take-aways from the Investor Day on January 30, 2019
Atos remains true to itself in all matters linked to operational excellence. But we are observing a real transformation of the group's model.
With Syntel's takeover Atos continues its successful external growth process. Syntel's acquisition will bring a lot to Atos, both to the top line (expertise and customer relationship) and to the bottom line (delivery efficiency).
Atos is putting IoT at the centre of its investment priorities - at the recent global analyst day, the company made clear its ambitions to become a global leader in IoT, working in close co-operation with its strategic partners Siemens and Dell-EMC.
PAC recently attended the Atos global analyst day, and while the company had a lot to say on many fronts (with notably high emphasis on IoT developments) this is our quick take on the company’s direction in cloud and infrastructure services.
For those living in Europe, and for all the sports enthusiasts across the globe, we haven’t recovered yet from the Euro soccer hangover and now we have to shift our focus to the Olympics! Yes, Rio 2016 is coming!
Atos started its amazing analyst event in Boston last month with the traditional “flashback”. The figures are impressive: Within eight years since Thierry Breton and his team joined, Atos will have doubled both its revenue (from € 5.5 billion to € 11.5 billion in 2016) and its margin (from 4.7% to 9%+), while generating a free cash flow of € ...
“Big bang” yesterday for all analysts covering UCC and digital workplace issues. Unify, one of the largest vendors in this field, will be acquired by IT services giant Atos for €350 million in cash. In addition, Atos will take over €200 million of pension deficit and €50 million of net debt.