After 10 years of continuous growth, the Gfi Group is changing its name and identity to signal the start of a new era. CEO Vincent Rouaix attests to the maturity of a Group that is recognised as a challenger and pioneer in its market and standardises its identity around the world. In an era of post-digital transformation, where change is constant and permanently on the move, Inetum affirms its role as an IT service group that helps its customers profit from the best of the digital flow.
A new name and a new identity that embody the ambition of the Group to show what it is: a global and integrated group whose 27,000 employees in 26 countries have significantly strengthened skills to act locally and in closer contact with their customers.
- In the last 3 years, the Group has more than doubled in size, raising its revenues from 1 billion euros to 2.3 billion, thanks to a proactive strategy of mergers and acquisitions, combined with a strong organic growth. (55% of its revenues are generated outside France.)
- As an integrated Group with activities that are geographically balanced, it is able to provide broad, reinforced offers to its customers.
- Its European network of FabLabs is expanding continuously and currently has over 300 digital specialists.
Today the Gfi Group announced its new name, which is now Inetum, Positive digital flow. This new identity is the culmination of a strategy of continuous growth that its CEO Vincent Rouaix has led over the last 10 years, through organic growth and successive acquisitions, with the goal of expanding the Group’s portfolio of solutions and implementing it internationally. The most recent acquisition of IECISA in April of this year allowed the Group to reach a turnover of 2.3 billion euros (pro forma) and nearly 27,000 employees around the world. The Group is now working in 26 countries—in Europe, Latin America, the United States, Africa, and Southeast Asia. The new name goes into effect today and will be implemented in all the subsidiaries of the Group.
A new image that embodies what the Group has become. A name that affirms its ambition, the entrepreneurial spirit of conquest. A name that has its roots in the Latin word “incrementum”, which means growth. A graphic expression that represents a combination of talents that make up a single entity and ends with a pixelated arrow to symbolise the growth of the Group, pointing to the future.