VINCI Energies launches Axians
Its new global brand dedicated to ICT
VINCI Energies has combined its ICT (information and communication technology) businesses into the new Axians brand, making it a global leader in this market.
The new Axians brand brings together VINCI Energies’ international networks specializing in ICT solutions and services, including Graniou, dedicated to telecoms infrastructures, and Imtech ICT, a recent major acquisition by the Group. Operating in 15 countries and employing 7,000 people, the new Axians business generates annual revenues of €1.6 billion, equivalent to over 15% of VINCI Energies’ total revenues.
“In today’s increasingly connected and collaborative world, ICT solutions are vital for all areas of human and business activity,” says Patrick Lebrun, Deputy Managing Director of VINCI Energies and Chairman of the Axians brand. “They cover all sectors where VINCI Energies deploys its solutions and is seeking to innovate, including energy, industry, transportation, buildings and smart cities. Our ambition with Axians is to become a recognized leader in the ICT market.”
Axians supports its customers — private sector companies, public entities, operators and service providers — throughout the entire lifecycle of their ICT projects, from design concept to operations and from infrastructure to application solutions, tailored to their specific requirements and delivered on-site or in the Cloud. Axians offers a comprehensive range of solutions to help its customers achieve their goals and improve their performance.
“With this new brand, VINCI Energies is positioned in a global market with strong growth prospects, particularly in segments like Big Data, mobility and the Cloud, working in close synergy with the Group’s other brands and business activities,” says Jean-Yves Le Fèvre, Axians Brand Director.
Axians is the new brand of VINCI Energies dedicated to ICT solutions and services. The brand supports its customers — private sector companies, public entities, operators and service providers — throughout the entire lifecycle of their ICT projects, from network infrastructure to applications. In 2014, Axians generated revenues of €1.6 billion (pro forma), equivalent to over 15% of the Group’s total revenues. Axians comprises an international network of 150 business units in 15 countries and employs 7,000 people. http://www.axians.com/
About VINCI Energies
Operating in over 50 countries, including 30 outside Europe, VINCI Energies employs 63,000 people and generated revenues of €9.3 billion in 2014. With its close-knit network of 1,500 business units, VINCI Energies is now a leading provider of energy and information technology services in Europe and throughout the world. http://www.vinci-energies.com