Devoteam, an IT services group with over 10,000 employees in more than 20 countries, passed the €1 billion revenue milestone last year. Devoteam also achieved record revenue in Belgium. The combined revenues of Devoteam NV and Devoteam G Cloud in Belgium exceeded €100 million.
At an international level, Devoteam wants to hire around 1,500 people in 2023. There are about 500 people working in Belgium and the company aims to recruit 150 more this year.
The growing Devoteam will move in the middle of this year to The Wings office complex under construction in Diegem, which will also house a hotel and gym, among other things. This means the two Belgian entities will be centralised. Devoteam G Cloud was located in Sint-Lambrechts-Woluwe and Devoteam NV in Zaventem. With The Wings, property developer Ghelamco is building a sustainable complex where no fossil fuels will be used. The new office will be optimally equipped for hybrid working. Employees will be able to work together, eat healthily and exercise in an environment with plenty of sunlight, good air quality and greenery.
“Thanks to the new office, we will be able to collaborate even better together to deliver maximum value to our customers,” says Benny Moonen, Country Manager of Devoteam in Belgium. “Moreover, we are especially proud of our achievements last year and we believe that we will have even stronger growth in the future. Companies must continue to accelerate their digital transformation to take advantage of technology. We have the scale, expertise, international clout and strong partnerships to guide them in their choices. We deliver high-value-added services that are key to digital transformation, from consulting to design, from integration to Managed Cloud Services. Our customers trust us to advise them, to bring them the best of technology and to strengthen their resilience.”
Devoteam focuses its services on cloud, cybersecurity, data-driven insights and hyper-automation, among other things. The company primarily works for companies in the telecom, financial, public, utilities, manufacturing, retail, HR services, healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors. The company’s five strategic partners are Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Microsoft, Salesforce and ServiceNow.