Engineering – Ingegneria Informatica S.p.A is the holding company of the Engineering Group: the largest Italian player in System Integration, market leader along the whole value chain of software production: from design, development and outsourcing, through products and vertical proprietary solutions, to IT and strategic consultancy tailored to fit customers’ business models on all markets.
6.500 employees, a capillary distribution in Italy with 35 offices in nearly all Italian regions, a direct commercial presence in the EU with offices in Ireland and Belgium, and an extra-EU presence in Brazil and Latin America. Following the acquisition of Atos Origin Italia in December 2007, the group now has productive capacity in 22 different countries, managing the development of Industry and Telecommunications related IT projects, and has strengthened its presence in managed operations through its European data centre at Point St. Martin, close to the Italian borders in Val D’Aosta, which hosts data for about 100 nearshore clients.
Consolidated revenues at over 456 Million Euros in 2007, scoring a 7,2% improvement from 2006; a pro-forma production value of 709 Million Euros in 2007 thanks to the acquisitions of Atos Origin Italia and Xaltia (Xaltia is leader in the provision of VAS – Value Added Services – on mobile platforms and is responsible for managing all content providers, about 60, for Telecom Italia). Engineering has therefore recently achieved a total 7% share in the Italian software and services market, which is worth 10 Billion Euros.
Engineering Ingegneria Informatica, the group’s holding company, is listed in the Milan stock exchange market since December 2000: ordinary shares are exchanged in the All-Star segment, to which only companies that meet the highest industrial and patrimonial requisites have access. 67% of Shares is held by the two founding members, 33% is free float.
The Engineering group has 7 Business Units: Finance, Central Public Administration, Health and Local Public Administration (the health public system in Italy is highly decentralised), Oil Transportation & Services, Utility, Industry & Telecom, supported by a transversal SAP competence centre and by the central Research & Innovation Division, counting about 100 active researchers on Italian and European research projects.
Engineering Ingegneria Informatica is founding member and president of the steering committee of the European Technology platform NESSI – Networked and Electronic Software and Services Initiative – and member of the NEM – Networked and Electronic Media – European technology platform.
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