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First half 2017 results - Atos’ technology leap marks the strongest H1 ever

Pressmeddelanden   •   Jul 26, 2017 09:56 CEST

Bezons, July 26, 2017

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announces its financial results for the first half of 2017.

Thierry Breton, Chairman and CEO said: “Our customers are more than ever facing massive interconnections and data flows. This brings multiple challenges but also significant opportunities to leverage the digital transformation of our customers, to help them reinvent their own business models, improve their own customers’ experience, and optimize their operations. By mastering all critical technologies, either on our own or through key partners, we are fully organized to provide the best scientific and business outcomes to our customers out of their massive data flows, while protecting them from very fast growing and multiple cyber threats.

During the first semester, to answer our customers’ end-to-end new requirements, we continued to invest significantly in Big Data technologies. This reinforces Atos’ positions in Data Management and Automation, in Digital Transformation and Cognitive Solutions, in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, in Predictive Cybersecurity, and also in Quantum Computing Simulation. I am proud to have recently celebrated with our scientists the 5,000th patent of the Group.

Atos’ technology leap creates a strong momentum within all our markets and has materialized into the strongest H1 ever. This makes us very confident to deliver our 3-year plan and we confirm all our objectives for 2017.”

H1 2017 performance by Division

Revenue was € 6,311 million, up +11.6% at constant exchange rates and +2.2% organically. The Group reached +2.4% organic growth in the second quarter of 2017, strengthening the positive trend already performed in the first quarter. All the Divisions contributed to revenue organic growth thanks to a strong commercial momentum and to the investment strategy in innovation and technology.

Operating margin was € 538 million, representing 8.5% of revenue, an improvement of +190 basis points fueled by Infrastructure & Data Management (+240 basis points), Business & Platform Solutions (+120 basis points), and Worldline (+240 basis points).

RevenueOperating marginOperating margin %
In € millionH1 2017H1 2016*Organic
evolution
H1 2017H1 2016*H1 2017H1 2016*
Infrastructure & Data Management 3,589 3,556+0.9%3292439.2%6.8%
Business & Platform Solutions 1,608 1,567+2.6%98776.1%4.9%
Big Data & Cybersecurity 357 313+13.8%434312.2%13.6%
Corporate costs-46-48-0.8%-0.9%
Worldline 757 740+2.3%1149315.0%12.6%
Total 6,311 6,177 +2.2%5384088.5%6.6%
* At constant scope and exchange rates

Representing 57% of the Group revenue in the first half of 2017, Infrastructure & Data Management (IDM) revenue was € 3,589 million, up +0.9% at constant scope and exchange rates. The business continued to be led by the deployment of Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud solutions and the reinforcement of Atos leadership in Digital Workplace. In particular, growth materialized in the United Kingdom & Ireland and in Benelux & The Nordics thanks to the successful ramp up of new contracts and higher volumes with long-standing customers, as well as in Asia-Pacific led by strong activity in Financial Services.

Revenue in Infrastructure & Data Management was up +1.0% organically during the second quarter of 2017.

Operating margin was € 329 million, representing 9.2% of revenue, up +240 basis points compared to H1 2016. This strong improvement came from cloud-based infrastructures, automation and robotization, and industrialization. Profitability improved in all geographies. The Division benefitted from the execution of the Unify restructuring plan, completed at the end of 2016, as well as continuous operational cost optimization.

Representing 25% of the Group, Business & Platform Solutions revenue was € 1,608 million, up +2.6% at constant scope and exchange rates, confirming the positive trend recorded in the last quarters. The Division increased its competitiveness thanks to a more efficient workforce management and the industrialization of its global delivery centers. The Division is also shifting to high value digital transformation projects and revenue growth was led by the Digital Transformation Factory in particular with the implementation of Industry 4.0 solutions for large manufacturers. The Division growth materialized in Germany, Middle East & Africa, and in Central & Eastern Europe.

Revenue organic growth reached +2.7% in Q2 2017.

Operating margin was € 98 million, representing 6.1% of revenue, an improvement by +120 basis points at constant scope and exchange rates. This was mainly attributable to the industrializing of application services, the successful global workforce management, and the implementation of robotization.

Revenue in Big Data & Cybersecurity was € 357 million in the first half of 2017, up +13.8% organically. The Division is facing a much stronger demand due on one side to very fast growing cyber threats and on the other side to massive interconnections and data flows requiring Big Data capacities. In this context and thanks to its tier one positioning, the Division pursued its fast development with new customers in the United Kingdom and North America and also in the research area in France.

In Q2 2017, Big Data & Cybersecurity Division recorded a revenue organic growth at +14.2%.

Operating margin was € 43 million, representing 12.2% of revenue. The Division achieved to maintain a high-level of profitability while continuing to record strong organic revenue growth, to invest in innovative solutions and products, and to extend its international footprint.

From a contributive perspective to Atos, Worldline revenue was € 757 million, growing by +2.3% at constant scope and exchange rates. Financial Processing revenue grew by +6.1% organically, notably led by Issuing Processing (issuing transaction volume increase, high-level of fraud management services in Belgium, and continued strong growth in authentication services) and Acquiring Processing with increased volumes and more projects in France and in Italy. Merchant Services was up by +5.2% organically, benefiting from higher Commercial Acquiring volumes in Continental Europe as well as from the strong momentum in India following the Demonetization Act. In Mobility & e-Transactional Services, on-line activities such as Trusted Digitization, e-Ticketing, Connected Living and Educational Cloud, mitigated the effect of the Radar contract in France, which will not affect Worldline growth any further as of Q3 this year.

Revenue increased by +2.6% organically in Q2 2017.

Operating margin was € 114 million or 15.0% of revenue, improving by +240 basis points compared to the first semester of 2016 at constant scope and exchange rates, largely fueled by the strong revenue growth in Financial Processing, coupled with the fast delivery of equensWorldline costs synergies.

A detailed presentation of Worldline’s performance during the first half 2017 is available at worldline.com, in the investors section.

H1 2017 performance by Business Unit

During the first half of 2017, revenue grew in most of the Business Units:

  • North America with the roll-out of the Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud model, the deployment of the Digital Workplace offering, and with an increasing business in Big Data & Cybersecurity;
  • Germany with the delivery of several projects, notably the implementation of Industry 4.0 solutions in the automotive sector and mobile applications in Financial Services;
  • United Kingdom & Ireland confirming the positive trend recorded since the second semester last year. The Infrastructure & Data Management activity remained strong in most of the verticals. The strong revenue growth in Big Data & Cybersecurity was driven by HPC activity, including the delivery of two Sequana supercomputers in the defense and research sectors;
  • France where revenue was stable thanks to IDM contracts ramp-up in the defense sector and several HPC projects in the automotive and public sectors;
  • in Benelux & The Nordics, revenue continued to recover in IDM benefiting from higher volume and contracts ramp-up in Manufacturing and in Financial Services. While revenue of B&PS was stable in Benelux, the Division was affected in Q2 by a comparison basis on a contract delivered to the Polish administration last year;
  • Other Business Units significantly contributed to Group revenue growth thanks to a strong performance in Asia-Pacific and Middle East mainly, and notably within Business & Platform Solutions;
  • and in Worldline with the continued dynamic of Merchant Services, Financial Processing, and new activities in Mobility.

During the first semester of 2017, the Group executed its transformation programs through industrialization, automation and robotization, and continuous optimization of SG&A. In addition, the Group benefited from the Unify restructuring plan and from synergies with Equens. Almost all Business Units showed a profitability improvement, notably Germany benefiting from the Unify integration, Benelux & The Nordics with a better business mix, and France thanks to actions to improve operational efficiency. North America recorded 10.7% becoming the most profitable geography of the Group.

Commercial activity

During the first quarter of 2017, the Group order entry reached € 6,869 million, representing a book to bill ratio of 109%, of which 120% in Q2.

For IT services activities, book to bill ratio was 112% for IDM, 103% for B&PS, while Big Data & Cybersecurity reported a strong 121%.

In Q2, new deals were signed on the 4 pillars of the Atos Digital Transformation Factory, mainly in North America with a Digital Workplace contract with Enterprise Rent-A-Car, in Benelux & Nordics with Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud solutions for a European industrial equipment manufacturer, as well as several contracts with Siemens in Germany. New projects were signed, such as with Northern Ireland Electricity Networks in the United Kingdom and with Nokia in Germany. Big Data & Cybersecurity pursued its strong commercial dynamic while Worldline managed to sign new contracts in the Public Sector and in Financial Services.

Renewals in Q2 included large contracts in Infrastructure & Data Management such as the renewal of BBC in the United Kingdom, Allscripts in North America and a contract with a very large energy provider in France. Worldline renewed several Issuing Processing contracts notably with Belfius.

In line with the dynamic commercial activity and taking into account the integration of Unify S&P, the full backlog at the end of June 2017 amounted to € 22.2 billioncompared to € 21.4 billion at the end of December 2016, representing 1.8 year of revenue. The full qualified pipeline was € 7.0 billion, compared to € 6.5 billion at the end of December 2016 and representing 6.7 months of revenue.

Operating income and net income

Operating income for the first half of 2017 year was € 327 million, +1.1% year-on-year and +20.1% excluding the gain on the sale of Worldline’s share in Visa Europe to Visa Inc. in H1 2016, resulting from the following items:

Costs for staff reorganization, rationalization, and integration amounted to € 82 million compared to € 97 million in H1 2016, as a consequence of the adaptation of the Group workforce in continental Europe, North America, and the United Kingdom, the related closure of office premises, and data centers consolidation. This amount also encompasses external costs linked to the continuation of Worldline’s TEAM program, costs related to the execution of Unify, Equens and Paysquare post-acquisition integration, and the migration and standardization of internal IT platforms from last acquired companies.

The amortization of the equity based compensation plans amounted to €-45 million, compared to €-22 million in H1 2016. The increase was related to the Group scope expansion, the stock price evolution, as well as the achievement of performance conditions.

€-62million were recorded as Purchase Price Allocation amortization compared to €-45 million in H1 2016. The increase being mainly related to Unify S&P, Equens, and Anthelio.

Other items amounted to a charge of € -22 million compared to €+43 million in H1 2016 which included the gain on the sale of Worldline’s share in Visa Europe to Visa Inc. for € 51 million.

Net financial result was a charge of €-32 million, at the same level as H1 2016.

Total tax charge was €-56 million, representing an effective tax rate of 18.9%, down compared to 19.8% in H1 2016.

As a result, net income was € 239 million, +2.2% year-on-year and +30.8% excluding the sale of the Visa share.

Non-controlling interests amounted to € 28 million and were mainly related to the minority shareholders in Worldline. Therefore, the net income Group share reached € 211 million, +2.9% year-on-year and +24.7% excluding the sale of the Visa share.

Basic EPS Group share was € 2.01 in H1 2017 and diluted EPS Group share was € 2.00.

Free cash flow

Operating Margin before Depreciation and Amortization (OMDA) was € 712 million representing 11.3% of revenue, compared to € 586 million in H1 2016 (10.3% of revenue).

During the first half of 2017, capital expenditures totaled € 235 million, representing 3.7% of revenue, compared to € 202 million in H1 2016 (3.5% of revenue).

Contribution from change in working capital was negative at €-37 million, compared to €-24 million in H1 2016.

Total cash-out for reorganization, rationalization, and integration was €-101 million compared to €-96 million in H1 2016, in line with the full year 2017 objective of 1% of Group revenue plus the cost to generate synergies with Equens. A larger portion of reorganization and rationalization costs was pulled forward into H1 in order to optimize the impact on the full year operating margin.

Tax paid was €-64 million, a decrease by €-10 million compared to H1 2016, mainly thanks to the use of tax losses carried forward. Net cost of financial debt paid was €-13 million (€-8 million in H1 2016).

Finally, other items totaled €-20 million, compared to €-3 million in H1 2016.

As a result, the Group free cash flow generated during the first half of 2017 totaled € 242 million, up by +35% compared to H1 2016.

Net cash evolution

Net acquisitions/disposals in H1 2017 amounted to €-12 million, mainly related to the acquisition of zData.

Capital increase totaled €+31 million compared to €+21 million in the first semester of 2016, mainly reflecting the Group shareholding plan for employees SPRINT, more than compensating the decrease of the number of stock options exercised.

In H1 2017, €-8 million were cashed-out for share buy-back notably to deliver performance shares with no dilution.

The cash-out for dividends paid amounted to €-168 million (€ 1.60 per share) compared to €-47 million in the first half of 2016 (€ 1.10 per share). The option to receive dividend payment in shares was not offered in 2017.

Finally, mainly due to the US dollar decrease versus the euro, foreign exchange rate fluctuation effect on debt or cash in foreign currencies totaled €-72 millioncompared to €-49 million in H1 2016.

As a result, Group net cash position as of June 30, 2017 was € 342 million, compared to € 430 million on December 31, 2016.

Human resources

The total headcount of the Group was 98,480 at the end of June 2017 slightly reduced compared to the end of 2016. Hiring is anticipating the implementation of automation and focused on digital transformation skills. The Group pursued the digital training and reskilling of its teams. The total headcount included entities acquired during the first quarter 2017, Engage ESM in the United Kingdom and zData in the US.

Attrition remained stable at 11.8% at Group level, and at 17.8% in offshore countries.

2017 objectives

The Group confirms all its objectives for 2017 stated in the April 24, 2017 release:

Revenue growth: circa +9.5% at constant exchange rates, above +2% organically.

Operating margin: circa 10% of revenue.

Free cash flow: operating margin conversion rate to free cash flow between 55% and 58%.

Appendix

Revenue and operating margin at constant scope and exchange rates reconciliation

In € millionH1 2017H1 2016change
Statutory revenue6,3115,697+10.8%
Exchange rates effect-44
Revenue at constant exchange rates6,3115,653+11.6%
Scope effect518
Exchange rates effect on acquired/disposed perimeters5
Revenue at constant scope and exchange rates6,3116,177+2.2%
Statutory operating margin538444+21.2%
Scope effect-34
Exchange rates effect-3
Operating margin at constant scope and exchange rates538408+32.0%
as % of revenue8.5%6.6%

From H1 2016 statutory, currency exchange rates negatively contributed to revenue for a total of €-38 million, mainly coming from the British pound depreciating versus the Euro, partly compensated by the American dollar and the Brazilian real increasing versus the Euro.

Scope effect amounted to €+518 million for revenue. This was related to the contribution of Unify Software & Platforms (6 months), Unify Services (January 2016), Anthelio (6 months), Equens, Paysquare, and Komerçni Banka Smartpay (6 months), Engage ESM and zDdata.

Effects described above are reflected in the operating margin at constant scope and exchange rates. In particular, scope effect amounted to €-34 million, mostly due to the loss making Unify S&P operations in H1 2016 (before full completion of the restructuring plan).

H1 2017 revenue performance by Market

In € millionH1 2017H1 2016*Organic
evolution
Manufacturing, Retail & Transportation 2,388 2,347+1.8%
Public & Health 1,781 1,717+3.7%
Telcos, Media & Utilities 1,016 1,042-2.5%
Financial Services 1,126 1,071+5.1%
Total 6,311 6,177 +2.2%
* At constant scope and exchange rates

Q2 2017 revenue performance by Division

In € millionQ2 2017Q2 2016*Organic
evolution
Infrastructure & Data Management 1,792 1,774+1.0%
Business & Platform Solutions 821 799+2.7%
Big Data & Cybersecurity 194 170+14.2%
Worldline 392 382+2.6%
Total Group 3,200 3,126 +2.4%
* At constant scope and exchange rates

Q2 2017 revenue performance by Business Unit

In € millionQ2 2017Q2 2016*Organic
evolution
North America 573 569+0.6%
Germany 543 536+1.4%
United-Kingdom & Ireland 443 425+4.1%
France 437 436+0.1%
Benelux & The Nordics 263 276-4.7%
Other Business Units 549 501+9.6%
Worldline 392 382+2.6%
Total Group 3,200 3,126 +2.4%
* At constant scope and exchange rates

Q2 2017 revenue performance by Market

In € millionQ2 2017Q2 2016*Organic
evolution
Manufacturing, Retail & Transportation 1,205 1,168+3.1%
Public & Health 928 886+4.7%
Telcos, Media & Utilities 506 536-5.5%
Financial Services 561 536+4.7%
Total Group 3,200 3,126 +2.4%
* At constant scope and exchange rates

Atos SE (Societas Europaea) är en ledare inom digital service med årsomsättning på ungefär € 12 miljarder och ungefär 100,000 anställda i 72 länder. Gruppen ger service till en global klientbas, förser Konsult & Systemintegrationsservice, Administrativ Service & BPO, Molndrift, Stordata & Cyber säkerhetslösningar, såväl som en transaktionsservice via Worldline, den europeiska ledaren för betalningar och transaktionsservice industrin. Med sin grundliga teknologiska expertis och kunskap i industrin, arbetar gruppen med klienter över olika affärssektioner: Försvar, Finansiell Service, Hälsa, Tillverkning, Media, Allmännyttiga, Offentlig sektor, Detaljhandel, Telekommunikation och Transport.

Atos fokuserar sig på affärsteknologi som driver framgång och hjälper organisationer att skapa framtiden för sina företag. Gruppen är den världsomfattande Informations Teknologi Partnern för de Olympiska & Paralympiska Spelen och är börsnoterad på Euronext Paris börsen. Atos drivs under varumärkena Atos, Atos Consulting, Atos Worldgrid, Bull, Canopy, Unify och Worldline.

Disclaimers

This document contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties, including references, concerning the Group's expected growth and profitability in the future which may significantly impact the expected performance indicated in the forward-looking statements. These risks and uncertainties are linked to factors out of the control of the Company and not precisely estimated, such as market conditions or competitors behaviors. Any forward-looking statements made in this document are statements about Atos’ beliefs and expectations and should be evaluated as such. Forward-looking statements include statements that may relate to Atos’ plans, objectives, strategies, goals, future events, future revenues or synergies, or performance, and other information that is not historical information. Actual events or results may differ from those described in this document due to a number of risks and uncertainties that are described within the 2016 Registration Document filed with the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) on March 30, 2017 under the registration number: D.17-0274. Atos does not undertake, and specifically disclaims, any obligation or responsibility to update or amend any of the information above except as otherwise required by law. This document does not contain or constitute an offer of Atos’ shares for sale or an invitation or inducement to invest in Atos’ shares in France, the United States of America or any other jurisdiction.

Revenue organic growth is presented at constant scope and exchange rates. Operating margin is presented excluding the amortization of equity based compensation plans and free cash flow is presented excluding proceeds from equity based compensation.

Business Units include North America (NAM: USA, Canada, and Mexico), Germany, United Kingdom & Ireland, France, Benelux & The Nordics (BTN: Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, Russia, and Sweden), Worldline, and Other Business Units including Central & Eastern Europe (CEE: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Switzerland), Iberia (Spain and Portugal), Asia-Pacific (APAC: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand), South America (SAM: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Uruguay), Middle East & Africa (MEA: Algeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, Egypt, Gabon, Ivory Coast, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritius, Morocco, Qatar, Senegal, South Africa, Tunisia, Turkey and UAE), Major Events, Global Cloud hub, and Global Delivery Centers.

Revenue at € 6,311 million, +11.6% at constant exchange rates, +2.2% organically Order entry at € 6,869 million, book-to-bill ratio at 109% Operating margin at 8.5% of revenue, up +190 basis points Net income Group share at € 211 million up +25% year-on-year Free cash flow at € 242 million, up +35% year-on-year All 2017 objectives confirmed

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Atos announces new-generation servers integrating new Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors

Pressmeddelanden   •   Jul 12, 2017 14:23 CEST

Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, announces the launch of its new-generation computing platforms to redefine the future of business‐critical computing and HPC.

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Atos lanserar världens första normativa Security Operations Center (SOC) med automatiserat svar

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Visit Worldline at Money20/20Europe and get prepared for PSD2

Pressmeddelanden   •   Jun 27, 2017 11:18 CEST

Worldline, [Euronext: WLN] European leader in the payments and transactional services industry, is ready to present its newest products, solutions and services when the European version of the worlds’ largest fintech event takes place in Bella Center, Copenhagen in Denmark from 26 – 28 June 2017.

Visitors will be able to meet Worldline CEO Gilles Grapinet together with payment experts as well as industry thought leader David Birch if they pay a visit to booth A10 in the exhibition area where digital banking, mobile and instant payments are expected to be the most ‘hot’ topics.

On Tuesday from 11.20 – 12.10, Worldline MD Marc-Henri Desportes, General Manager Worldline, will participate in the panel discussion: Is there a future for banks in payments?

With the revised Payment Service Directory, PSD2, just around the corner, Worldline will be focusing on how to help its customers gain advantages of the changes in the industry. At the booth, Worldline’s payment experts will present a new Account-to-Account solution together with a ’preparation’ guide for banks of how to become ready for PSD2.

And for merchants, it might be interesting to learn more about the new donation box, a connected moneybox concept for micro-donations with a multichannel e-payment acceptance system that makes the process of donating money to a merchant’s favourite charity as easy as clicking on an “opt-in” button.

David Birch book signing

We are very pleased that David Birch, the internationally recognized thought leader in digital money and digital identity, has accepted our invitation to pay a visit to booth A10 Tuesday from 10-11. Here, he will be signing his new book, “Before Babylon, Beyond Bitcoin - From Money That We Understand To Money That Understands Us”

Read more about David Birch and the book signing here: http://fairs.worldline.com/money-20-20-europe-2017/home/david-birch.html

If you are attending Money20/20Europe next week, we hope that you will visit our booth and look forward to giving you our thoughts about PSD2 and the future of payments.

About Worldline

Worldline [Euronext: WLN] is the European leader in the payments and transactional services industry. Worldline delivers new-generation services, enabling its customers to offer smooth and innovative solutions to the end consumer. Key actor for B2B2C industries, with over 40 years of experience, Worldline supports and contributes to the success of all businesses and administrative services in a perpetually evolving market. Worldline offers a unique and flexible business model built around a global and growing portfolio, thus enabling end-to-end support. Worldline activities are organized around three axis: Merchant Services, Mobility & e-Transactional Services, Financial Processing & Software Licensing including equensWorldline. Worldline employs more than 8,600 people worldwide, with estimated revenue of circa 1.5 billion euros on a yearly basis. Worldline is an Atos company. worldline.com

Atos SE (Societas Europaea) är en ledare inom digital service med årsomsättning på ungefär € 12 miljarder och ungefär 100,000 anställda i 72 länder. Gruppen ger service till en global klientbas, förser Konsult & Systemintegrationsservice, Administrativ Service & BPO, Molndrift, Stordata & Cyber säkerhetslösningar, såväl som en transaktionsservice via Worldline, den europeiska ledaren för betalningar och transaktionsservice industrin. Med sin grundliga teknologiska expertis och kunskap i industrin, arbetar gruppen med klienter över olika affärssektioner: Försvar, Finansiell Service, Hälsa, Tillverkning, Media, Allmännyttiga, Offentlig sektor, Detaljhandel, Telekommunikation och Transport.

Atos fokuserar sig på affärsteknologi som driver framgång och hjälper organisationer att skapa framtiden för sina företag. Gruppen är den världsomfattande Informations Teknologi Partnern för de Olympiska & Paralympiska Spelen och är börsnoterad på Euronext Paris börsen. Atos drivs under varumärkena Atos, Atos Consulting, Atos Worldgrid, Bull, Canopy, Unify och Worldline.

Worldline, [Euronext: WLN] European leader in the payments and transactional services industry, is ready to present its newest products, solutions and services when the European version of the worlds’ largest fintech event takes place in Bella Center, Copenhagen in Denmark from 26 – 28 June 2017.

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A-Katsastus Group outsources its IT services to Atos

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För första gången i världen, använder Atos sin sakkunskap inom data analytik med Atos Codex för att fånga upp data via satelliter och transformera det till verkligt affärsvärde för jordbrukare. Under Hannover Messe, som pågår ända till den 28 april, kommer Atos experter att prata ingående om Atos Codex.

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Fortum tecknar ramavtal med Atos för IT-tjänster

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Atos på Hannover Messe 2017: Expertis inom data analytik och Siemens MindSpheres samarbetspartner

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Atos levererar de första applikationerna för Siemens MindSphere IoT operativsystem

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Om Atos IT Solutions and Services AB

En av världens ledande IT företag, en ledare inom digital service

Atos Sverige är ett IT-tjänsteföretag som levererar IT-tjänster till en kundbas inom: Consulting & Systems Integration, Managed Services, Moln, Big Data & Cybersäkerhet, samt transaktionstjänster genom Worldline. Med djup teknisk expertis och industrierfarenhet samarbetar Atos med kunder i följande marknadssektorer: tillverkningsindustri, detaljhandel och tjänsteföretag; offentlig sektor, sjukvård & transporter; finansiella tjänster; telekommunikation, media- och energibolag.
I Sverige har Atos funnits sedan juli 2011 efter att ha förvärvat Siemens IT Solutions and Services GmbH. Idag har Atos Sverige två kontor – i Stockholm (Upplands Väsby) och Norrköping - med ca 100 anställda.
Atos Sverige är också nationell partner till Sveriges Olympiska Kommitté (SOK) sedan 2014 och därmed engagerad på flera sätt för att sprida de olympiska värderingarna. Atos levererar IT-service inom infrastruktur, nätverk & kommunikation till SOK.

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