Arcadis launches new digital business


Wednesday, 05 February, 2020


Arcadis launches new digital business

Arcadis has launched Arcadis Gen — a new global digital business to help secure its position as a leading provider of data-driven products and solutions across the natural and built environment.

Arcadis Gen will be led by Chief Executive Rachel White with 200 employees based across the globe, bringing together recent acquisitions SEAMS and EAMS Group with software development specialists from the Arcadis business. The launch marks a move by Arcadis to become a fully digitally enabled business.

The new business will create an environment for next-generation thinking — where a culture of agility and innovation inspires development of world-class software and customer experiences.

“We’re doing something the industry hasn’t seen before,” said White.

“We’re launching a products and technology organisation, bringing together some of Arcadis’s brightest digital minds in an environment for thinking differently.

“At Arcadis Gen, our agile teams will be empowered to bring next-generation insights to customers, to explore bold new business models and to innovate digital solutions quickly and seamlessly.”

While Arcadis continues to progress its innovation and digital strategy across its core operations, Arcadis Gen will focus on rapid development of various scalable digital propositions.

Arcadis Gen’s current solutions are designed to improve performance and optimise decision-making, helping customers maximise the value of their data. This blend of deep asset knowledge combined with advanced analytics capabilities should help customers improve reliability, performance, efficiency and safety across their operations.

Arcadis CEO Peter Oosterveer said, “Arcadis Gen is a vital step in Arcadis’s digital transformation. Together, we will positively disrupt the industry and help our clients harness the power of data to transform their businesses and improve quality of life for their customers.”

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