Atos has a new 3-year plan to transform into a digital services player. We outline what it means for customers and the system integrator’s plans for North America.
- Atos is relinquishing control of its Worldline payments subsidiary so that it can concentrate its resources on transforming its IT services business into a digital services business.
Features and Benefits
- Assesses the motivations and chances of success for Atos’s IT services transformation.
- Discusses how customers in the US and Europe will benefit from Atos’s recent acquisitions and partnership with Google.
Key questions answered
- Why is Atos about to spin off its Worldline payments business?
- Why has Atos acquired Syntel and entered an alliance with Google?
- Why should customers entrust their digital transformation to Atos?
Table of contents
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Setting the agenda for the next three years
Atos lays the groundwork for its latest three-year plan with a spin-off and two acquisitions
Atos plans a renewed focus on industry verticals to help drive digital services revenue growth
Executing the Advance 2021 strategy
The challenge for Atos will be to scale out Syntel's highly efficient delivery model to all its US and European customers
A more granular industry focus is vital if Atos is to become a leading digital services partner
Atos must capitalize on its agreement with Google Cloud as an opportunity to reach new customers
BDS is unlikely to establish Atos as a cybersecurity leader in North America within the current three-year Advance 2021 plan
Progress in IT services transformation
Are the right levers in place for Atos to succeed?
Atos needs to engage earlier in the "digital conversation" with customers if it is to become a digital services leader