Atos Belgium is a part of Atos SE (Societas Europaea), which is a global leader in digital services with an annual revenue of 12 billion EUR and approximately 100.000 employees in 72 countries. In Belgium, where we operate with around 1000 employees, we have an annual revenue of 250 million EUR. Atos is the parent company of Atos Worldline, the leading payment and transactional services provider in Europe.
With deep technological expertise and a wide range of solutions, Atos Belgium supports companies in their digital transformation and helps them future-proof their business. With the goal of being the preferred digital IT partner in Belgium, we work with clients across many business sectors: Public & Health; Telecommunications, Media and Utilities; Financial services; Manufacturing, Retail and Transport.
At Atos, we believe that the road to progress is through uniting people, business and technology.
Main office locations
Atos Belgium N.V./S.A.
Da Vincilaan 5
Avenue des Dessus-de-Lives 2
Belgium Management Team
Richard van Hoorn
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Commercial Officer
Veronique Lumen – Vander Elst
Head of Infrastructure & Data Management
Steven De Bruyn
Head of Business & Platform Solutions
Krista Van Heddegem
Head of Professional Services
Head of Big Data & Security
Atos ranked first in Whitelane’s 2017 IT Outsourcing Study for Belgium and Luxembourg in the ‘Data Centre and Managed Infrastructure Services’ category
Brussels, 6 April 2017
Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, was ranked first in the most recent edition of the yearly IT Outsourcing Study, organized by Whitelane in collaboration with Vlerick Business School, in the category ‘data centre and managed infrastructure services’. This client satisfaction survey, the most representative in the market, measures customer satisfaction of the delivered services with large outsourcing contracts among 200 companies in Belgium and Luxembourg.
16 January, 2017
Koen Maris (Chief Technology Officer – Cyber Security at Atos BTN) shares his thoughts on the Cyber Security models that have been in place for many years. These models have changed very little and are based on a reactive approach towards the “known bad”. But, how do we create a more effective and proactive approach? To establish this, we need to answer the following question: How to distinguish the wanted from the unwanted?