"We accompany our clients in their evolution towards 100% digital organizations, with our own and integral approach"
Inetum (formerly Gfi Group and IECISA) is a reference company at European level in digital services and solutions. The company understands digital flow as, to help its customers with a unique combination of proximity, sector knowledge and industrial quality in a continuous movement forward in which needs and utilities are constantly reinvented. "The recent name change not only symbolizes our strong growth, but also the affirmation of our vision "Positive digital flow",which seeks to place people and technology at the center of the sustainable development of our society, "they highlight from Inetum.
The group, which had a turnover of 1,966 million euros at the end of last year, is present in more than 26 countries and has more than 27,000 multidisciplinary professionals with a common goal, operational excellence through innovation. "People are our greatest value. We have the knowledge and experience to make the best decisions and we have expert and committed teams that guarantee the success and efficiency of operations."
This agile and global IT company has an open innovation model that – through technology and together with customers, partners,universities and the different factors of the technological ecosystem – promotes initiatives that allow us to evolve towards new business models and design the systems of tomorrow. Its commitment to co-creation and co-innovation is structured around the seven Inetum FabLabs in the world – one of them in Madrid – with professionals dedicated to innovation, with skills that combine research, development and creativity to create customized disruptive solutions.
Through a differential offer, Inetum contributes to the growth of the companies and institutions it partners with in their digitalization process. Its solid knowledge of the industrial sectors allows it to adapt the value proposition to the reality and specific needs of each market taking advantage of the opportunities provided by Cloudtechnologies, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Big Data,among others.
Inetum technology leads and actively participates in projects that help the transformation of the sector. A clear example of this is the Dalion project, where Inetum and 9 top-level Spanish entities in banking, insurance and energy seek to promote a self-managed digital identity through blockchain technology.
Another example is Synergica, a solution for the management of electrical supplies and meters that saves costs through the adjustment of the contracted power, the optimization of the negotiation thanks to the monitoring of the energy markets, and the detection of billing errors, among others.
In relation to the activity carried out in the field of cybersecurity, the European cybersecurity in health project stands out , ProTego, coordinated by Inetum, also stands out, which is already facing its final phase and seeks to help users of healthcare systems to address cybersecurity risks. It is, therefore, a project of great importance, taking into account that health is an essential service and that it manages a large amount of confidential personal data of great value.
For more than a decade, the group’s strategy has been to combine the organic growth derived from its activity in projects such as those mentioned, with inorganic through acquisitions that reinforce the company's positioning.
An example of this is the acquisition of Iecisa by Inetum . This strategic operation, in the middle a health crisis, has demonstrated the group's confidence in the future and has made it possible to consolidate its offer in the retail, transport, industry, public administration, banking, insurance and health sectors, as well as transversal experience in key areas such as Cybersecurity, Intelligent Workplace and ERP (SAP).
After more than ten years of continuous growth, the multinational has been characterized by an excellent dynamic of expansion on the international scene. About half of Inetum’s revenue comes from Spain, Portugal and Latin America, with Spain being the second country in the group in terms of employee volume and turnover.
The group is now moving towards the 2023 goals with a roadmap that integrates organic growth, based on the strengthening of the middle market, the entry into new markets and the consolidation of existing ones.