Digital transformation

Has #FrenchTech become the goose that lays the golden eggs?

FrenchTech and digital innovation in France boast an undeniable dynamism. The support of start-ups, their networking, a better visibility both in France and internationally, along with talent and the increase of digital maturity, led to regular fundraisings in 2016, thus to encouraging prospects. With €93m in a week in September, €87m in a week in October, €377.25m in total in November, €70.3m in the first week of December: investments in favour of young innovative French companies are regularly analysed and counted by French websites such as Maddyness, JDN or L’Usine Nouvelle. Which sectors are the most flourishing? In November...

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Tomorrow’s digital workplace will be smart and flexible

With the collaborative hub, a new trend for companies with multiple workspaces, the environment, collaborating time and methods will gradually transform over the next 25 years. Whether you just entered the labour market, or a few strides away from retirement, these transformations —facilitated by digital tools— remain interesting to observe for those who will still work 20 or 30 years from now.   spaces? Will driverless yet ultra-connected vehicles become mobile offices which will allow us to work while commuting? Will our holographic avatars allow us to join a meeting in our customer’s Asian offices at 9am, followed by...

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Econocom Netherlands nominated for two Computable Awards

Nieuwegein, June 13th, 2016 - Econocom Netherlands, specialised in financing, designing, and overseeing the digital transformation of Dutch companies in selected market segments, is nominated for two Computable Awards. The digital services provider is shortlisted for the 'Digital Company of the Year' award and Yann Toutant, CEO of Econocom Netherlands, for the 'CEO of the Year' award.   The Computable Awards are given to companies, projects and individuals who have clearly distinguished themselves in their field of expertise, over the past year, according to the readers of Computable. Yann Toutant says: "We are very proud to be nominated twice and value this...

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5 #ecofriendly tips for using digital more responsibly

By deleting 50 old emails you can help save the equivalent of 310,000 light bulbs for a year or 42 years of lighting up the Eiffel Tower! As daily users of electronic equipment and the web, we can limit our carbon footprint. Here are 5 best practices that are easy to remember and implement. Common or garden web users are among the biggest culprits: they account for the majority of greenhouse gas emissions (47 %) generated by digital technologies (compared with 28% for networks and 25% for data centres), according to website Green IT. So how can we take advantage...

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Econocom ranks alongside to IT giants in Computable 100 list

Nieuwegein, November 9, 2015 – Econocom, a European company specialising in the digital transformation of businesses, ranks 2nd. place in the Computable top-15 list of the financially strongest hardware and software resellers in the Netherlands. Econocom also ranks higher in terms of other financial criteria's, resulting in a nice jump to 27nd. in the financial top-100 list of Computable. It’s a great compliment for runner-up Econocom to hold this place among well-known names such as Atos and IBM. For many, the Computable 100 is THE reference list for ICT companies in The Netherlands. "We are proud of this excellent ranking. It confirms the...

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Econocom designs, finances and oversees companies’ digital transformation.

With over 10,000 employees in 19 countries and revenue in excess of €2.5 billion, Econocom has all the requisite abilities to ensure the successful implementation of large-scale digital projects: consulting, sourcing and technology management & financing of digital assets, infrastructure, application and business solution services, and project financing.

The Econocom Group share (BE0974266950 - ECONB) has been listed on the Euronext NYSE in Brussels since 1986 and is part of the BelMid index.

For further information : www.econocom.com