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Tobania keeps growing and is looking for more than 150 employees!

2016 provides a good basis for expansion and growth in 2017

Today Tobania, a leading ICT-player on the Belgian market, looks back on a successful 2016, with a growth of nearly 10%, as was the case in 2015. The year was characterized by the implementation of a strong strategic business model. Tobania also completed their offer with the addition of two new business units: Testing Services and Effective Business Services. “In 2016 we managed to grow with 150 employees and during 2017 there should be acquired another 150 Tobians to meet the customers demand. Tobania’s strategy to build a company that not only supports the digital transformation, but also actively helps expanding, fits well in the market”, said Lode Peeters, CEO of Tobania.

From the complementarity in their operational business, TOBIUS and SAGA Consulting decided to merge and fuse at the end of 2014 into Tobania. With the approach as a one-stop-shop and system integrator for digital business processes, Tobania differentiates itself from other players in the market. Tobania puts Professional Services (outsourcing) in the context of solutions selling, providing the appropriate expertise in terms of the projects and ambitions, in-house at the client or in a delivery model.

Five-year plan

The past financial year provided the opportunity to align the business units (read: competention centers), build a strong strategic business model and cast it into a five-year plan. It is based on 4 pillars:

Business Connectivity.

The stronger a company is connected, whether it’s between employees or suppliers or customers, the more efficient it works. An integrated CRM solution, for example, can make a significant contribution here.

Business Collaboration.

Besides standard collaboration-solutions, like SharePoint, Tobania also offers highly customized solutions within this pillar. For example, one in five cities and municipalities works with eGo, a Tobania-made platform that strengthens interaction between the civil servant and the citizen.

Business Customer-Centricity.

The third pillar, customer-centricity, focuses on making relationships with the customers as intimate and consistent as possible. User-friendliness and user adaptation play a central role in this. Kentico’s integrated CMS is a great example.

Business Continuity.

Continuity, finally, is focused on the sustainability of the solution. Besides instant workability and well-secured, a solution has to be scalable, maintainable, … In short, it must be future-proof.

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