Atos emerged from 2016 surpassing its own expectations financially, despite a range of upheavals around the world at the macroeconomic level (Brexit, changing US administration, foreign exchange fluctuations) and the continuing mass transition of enterprises from legacy systems to newer, lighter, more agile, cloud-based technologies.
- Atos has set its sights very firmly on growing its four pillars to hit 40% of revenues by 2019; today they stand at 13%, while infrastructure-related business accounts for over half of all revenues.
- Atos is developing its own IP around third-party platforms, tools, and technology for functions such as service desk, cloud orchestration, analytics, and managed security information and event management (SIEM).
- Analyzes Atos's current resilience in the IT services market.
- Explores Atos's growth plans according to its four pillars.
- What are Atos's growth plans?
- What geographical expansion is planned? What service lines are expected to grow?
- New technologies and global forces are affecting the IT services industry
- Atos is in the right place at the right time – or not in the wrong ones
- Growth pillars and the three-year plan
- Further reading