Atos named a winner in the 2016 European Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise study

In recognition for developing knowledge workers through senior management leadership and its enterprise-wide collaboration and knowledge sharing

Atos was named a winner by Teleos - an independent knowledge management and intellectual capital research firm - in the 2016 European Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) study. Atos received the award in recognition for developing knowledge workers through senior management leadership and its enterprise-wide collaboration and knowledge sharing its enterprise-wide collaboration and knowledge sharing. The award has put special emphasis for its activities by Atos in Germany.

Ursula Morgenstern, Global Head of Consulting and Systems Integration at Atos, said: “ As a services’ company, Atos  thrives on the knowledge of its people; and the ability to seamlessly share knowledge in our global organization. This is vital to develop a sustainable competitive advantage. Our people are the business technologists who lead digital transformation of our customers’ business. Therefore; our knowledge processes, systems and more importantly the culture of collaboration across our eco-system of partners are crucial to our success. I’m delighted that the progress we made in this area is recognized by the MAKE study.”

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Rory Chase, Managing Director of Teleos and MAKE, said: “Atos has been recognized as a leader in effectively transforming enterprise knowledge into wealth-creating ideas, services and solutions. Atos’ innovative enterprise-wide knowledge management and collaboration system allows the company to expand its portfolio of digital transformation solutions, enabling it to out-perform its competitors in rapidly changing times.”

Atos has developed a blueprint of client centric knowledge management solutions i.e. Client specific K-Academy etc. This blueprint, once implemented, helped improve operational efficiency, quality and offering innovative solutions, which in turn led to improved customer intimacy. One globally recognized initiative from Atos is the Zero-emailTM initiative that helped to integrate the ‘community approach’ in the daily way of working and which has had a direct positive impact on business and team working.

The MAKE study started in 1999, and is annually conducted by a London based independent agency called Teleos. A European-based panel of Fortune Global 500 senior executives and leading knowledge management and intellectual capital experts selects the European MAKE Winners.