It is exactly one year ago that the Ausy Group merged with DataFlow. A year that has flown by, during which both parties have melded and strengthened each other mutually, both operationally as well as in terms of sales. The merged Ausy/DataFlow presented and positioned itself on last year’s market as a full service ICT company.
One month after the merger with Ausy, part of the bankrupt Erudict was also taken over. This is a strong signal that Ausy/DataFlow is very ambitious, and that it wants to secure itself a leading position in the Belgian ICT sector. The activities of Ausy Belgium and Erudict have now been successfully integrated into the DataFlow concept, and at the time of writing, a strong entity now exists that is rapidly gaining a share of the market.
Ausy/DataFlow is headed straight for the magic figure of 500 employees in the BeLux and is contributing to the globalisation of our group. Any of our consultants who are interested can also work outside our national borders thanks to projects in Nice, Bordeaux, Lille, Luxembourg and various locations in the Netherlands.
The recent announcement of the Ausy Group’s results (see article ‘Strong half-year figures for the Ausy Group’) demonstrates that we belong to a financially strong group with ambitious plans. It has also always been very important for those of us in Belgium to demonstrate that we are a healthy entity with growth ambitions that are above the market average.
In short, Ausy/DataFlow is able to look back over a successful first year and a successful merger that gives us confidence in a very bright future. During this future, we will remain, as in the past, entirely at the service of our consultants, who are working on great projects and a variety of career advancement possibilities.
Managing Director Ausy/DataFlow BeLux