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Steria Limited, are the UK arm of Groupe Stéria [1], a French information technology, consulting, outsourcing and professional services companies with nine thousand staff operating across 10 countries in Europe. Steria in their current form is principally the result of a merger between Steria and Integris. Integris themselves were the outsourcing division of Bull Information Systems, who themselves were previously known as Honeywell Information Services. However, the Integris brand was subsumed by Steria, whilst the Honeywell and Bull brands still continue to exist with their original parent companies. Steria's main competitors, but also, ironically, its' partners in many cases are Cap Gemini, Fujitsu Services, Capita, Siemens Business Services and SCC. Information Technology (IT)[1] is a broad subject concerned with the use of technology in managing and processing information, especially in large organizations. ... Management consulting (sometimes also called strategy consulting) refers to both the practice of helping companies to improve performance through analysis of existing business problems and development of future plans, as well as to the firms that specialize in this sort of consulting. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article may require cleanup. ... Professional Services are infrequent, technical, or unique functions performed by independent contractors or consultant whose occupation is the rendering of such services. ... Honeywell (NYSE: HON) is a major American multinational corporation that produces electronic control systems and automation equipment. ... The Capgemini Group is one of the worlds largest information technology services and management consulting companies with over 55,000 staff worldwide. ... For the district in Saga, Japan, see Fujitsu, Saga. ... Capita is the number one provider of business process outsourcing (BPO) in the UK. Simply put, BPO is defined as the outsourcing of business functions or processes, often facilitated by IT. The BPO market continues to widen as the range of functions and processes that organisations look to outsource grows. ... Siemens AG (FWB:SIE, NYSE: SI) is the worlds largest electronics company. ...


Steria's UK headquarters are in Hemel Hempstead near Buncefield Oil Depot that was destroyed in 2005. Statistics Population: 81,143 Ordnance Survey OS grid reference: TL056071 Administration District: Dacorum Shire county: Hertfordshire Region: East of England Constituent country: England Sovereign state: United Kingdom Other Ceremonial county: Hertfordshire Historic county: Hertfordshire Services Police force: Hertfordshire Constabulary Ambulance service: East of England Post office and telephone Post town...


Steria's sales are distributed geographically across Europe: France (41.1%), United Kingdom (22.4%), Germany (15.8%) and the remainder of Europe (20.7%). World map showing Europe A satellite composite image of Europe Europe is one of the six inhabited continents of the Earth. ...

Steria
Steria Logo
Type Public - Euronext Paris, Eurolist (Compartment B)
Founded 1969
Headquarters Issy-les-Moulineaux, France
Key people Jean Carteron - Founder, François Enaud - Group Chairman and CEO, Séverin Cabannes - CEO, John Torrie - UK CEO
Industry IT, Consulting, Outsourcing and Professional services
Products N/A (services based)
Revenue €1.2 billion
Employees 9,300
Website www.steria.com

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History

Steria Limited [2] is part of Groupe Steria, a European based IT services provider with a 1.1 billion euro turnover. A brief history is as follows:


1969 - Creation of Steria by Jean Carteron;


1969 – 1986: Major multi-sector contracts in systems integration


1973 - Signature of the automation contract with Agence France Presse;


1978 - Start of Steria’s internationalisation: creation of a subsidiary in Switzerland;


1981 - Prime contractorship of the Télétel 3V project which marked the launch of the Minitel in France;


1986 – 1998: Development of managed services and internationalisation


1986 - Signature of the largest export contract ever won by a French IT services company: the computer automation of the Central Bank of Saudi Arabia;


1987 - Development of major projects including the driverless train project for Paris's RER A line;


1990 - Launch of the managed services business. Creation of subsidiaries and offices in Germany, Spain and Saudi Arabia;


1993 - Implementation of the Jakarta airport's information system (Indonesia); Jakarta (also Djakarta or DKI Jakarta), formerly known as Sunda Kelapa, Jayakarta and Batavia is the capital and largest city of Indonesia. ...


1994 - Development of the Centrale des Règlements Interbancaires' (interbank payment office) management system;


1988 – 2004: Rise of a European group as an end-to-end IT services provider


1998 - François Enaud is appointed Group Chairman and CEO and Gérard Guyodo Joint CEO;


1999 - Creation of a subsidiary with Atos Origin in interbanking; Development of business in Asia, opening a subsidiary in Singapore; Listing on the Second Marché of the Paris Stock Exchange; Atos Origin, SA (Euronext: ATO) is an international IT corporation which operates in more than 50 countries worldwide, with about 47,000 employees. ...


2000 - Steria becomes one of the top five managed services providers in France. Acquisition of 3 companies in managed services and telecommunications in France;


2001 - Acquisition of the main part of Groupe Bull's European IT services business Integris. Steria becomes one of the top ten European IT services companies; Groupe Bull (also known as Bull Computer or, informally, as Bull) is a French computer company based in Paris. ...


2002 - Launch of the Steria Development Institute [3];


2003 - Creation of the European Delivery Centre;


2004 - Acquisition of Mummert Consulting.


2006 - IT service provider for Bristol International Airport[4]


Steria is a supplier of IT services to the public sector, including Central and Local Government, Defence, Police, Education, National Health Service, Agencies and Authorities.


 
 

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