Atos is an international information technology services company operating in 52 countries. Co.'s customers are sectors like Public Sector and Utilities, Telecoms and Media, Financial Services, Process Industries and Discrete Manufacturing and Consumer Products and Retail. Co. operates in seven geographical segments: Germany; France; Benelux and The Nordics; U.K. and Ireland; Atos Worldline; Central & Eastern Europe; North America; Iberia; and Other Countries. Co. delivers IT services through the following five segments: Managed Services, Systems Integration, Consulting, Worldline: ePayment Services, and Cloud & Enterprise Software.
Capgemini is a consulting and IT services provider. Co. works closely with technology partners at the cutting edge of innovation in major trends such as: Cloud, Big Data and mobility. Co. offers its clients skills in a variety of fields, such as digital transformation and digital customer experience, Cloud, Big Data, mobility, testing, cyber security, application management. In addition, Co. helps its clients enhance their performance and sharpen their competitive edge by offering them a range of skills grouped around four major businesses: Consulting Services through Capgemini Consulting, Technology Services (TS), Local Professional Services through Sogeti, and X Outsourcing Services (OS).
Alten is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. operates in three areas: Engineering and Technology Consulting (ETC), Telecoms Networks and Multimedia, and Information Systems (NTIS). Through the Engineering and Technology Consulting (ETC) segment, Co. studies and designs technology products for technical divisions in industry and telecoms. The Telecoms Networks and Multimedia segment focuses on Product design, Architecture, deployment, and operation of networks. Lastly, the IT systems segment comprises Applications and software development, and Infrastructure and Telecoms (Applications, systems and networks Corporate telecommunications).
Indra Sistemas is engaged in the design, development, manufacture, assembly, repair, and installation of computer software and applications. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is engaged in consulting, graphic design and multimedia, web design and marketing, internet development and electronic trade, systems integration and hosting geared business to business and business to consumer, as well as in internet financing and electronic marketing. Co. serves defense and security, transport and traffic, energy and industry, telecom and media, finance and insurance, and public administration and healthcare markets. Co. operates primarily in Europe, the United States, Canada, and Latin America.
Sopra Steria Group is a global player in IT services, with operations in consulting, software development, and integration. In addition to France, Co. operates in the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, and Belgium, assisting its clients in managing the transformation of their businesses and information systems. Co. divides its operation into three categories: Consulting, Systems and Solutions Integration, and Software Development; which it spreads among eight major verticals: Financial Services, Insurance and Social Welfare, Public Sector, Telecom Operators, Aerospace and Defense, Energy, Transport and Courier Services, and Retail.
Sword Group is a service company specializing in computer engineering, offering consulting and integration services to its customers. Co. is engagedin the implementation of innovative solutions that meet the strategic needs of its clients and adaptation requirements of their information systems. Co.'s business covers three main areas: IT Service, Solutions and Communication Technologies. In addition, Co. also provides Government Risk Management (GRC) solutions to its customers in the industries of energy, transportation, healthcare, insurance, banking, telecommunications, and international and governmental organizations. Co. offers two product lines and four solutions.
Since 1996, Bryan, Garnier & Co has been growing with an absolute conviction that the investment banking landscape would experience a major revolution: most of the large local generalist banking groups will disappear to the benefit of a handful of global powerhouses, and an emerging group of independent, highly specialised boutique investment banks.
We are initiating coverage of Phoenix with a Buy recommendation and a target price of 775 pence. Phoenix Group is the UK’s leading life and pension consolidator and is poised to finalise the acquisition of its main competitor, ReAssure, in the coming weeks. It boasts rigorous management of its capital, with significant cash generation and an attractive shareholder return. Cf. company report published today. - ...
Nous initions la couverture de Phoenix avec une recommandation à l’Achat et un objectif de cours de 775 pence. Phoenix Group est le leader de la consolidation de portefeuilles d’assurance vie au Royaume-Uni et doit finaliser l’acquisition de son principal concurrent ReAssure dans les prochaines semaines. Il a une gestion rigoureuse de son capital avec une génération importante de cash-flow et un rendement attractif pour les actionnaires. Cf. étude publiée hier soir. - ...
>IT services: a decline of 6.2% anticipated for 2020 - The Syntec Numérique (the French IT services and engineering services association) published yesterday the results of its half-year June survey of the sector’s managers, carried out with IDC. The Syntec forecasts a -6.2% contraction in growth for IT services vs the +2.9% expected before COVID-19, compared to 3.1% growth in 2019. This figure is more pessimistic than estimates by sector leaders (such as Capgemini, A...
Cleantech & Energy transition Veolia : still our favorite for its resilient profile Weak performance but our stock picking was correct Veolia’s profile is more resilient Consensus expected to adjust downwards on Suez, go for Veolia Estimates and FV slightly decreased but ratings unchanged
SMART INDUSTRIES & SERVICES Insurance Q3 Top Picks: Allianz and Munich Re Looking back at Q2: going through a crisis with distinction, again What we see for Q3: poor earnings, solid solvencies… and the updated EIOPA/ACPR position on dividends Fair value adjustments following our new RFR/ERP Q3 Top Picks: Allianz and Munich Re
SAP - BUY | EUR137 vs. EUR136 (+6%) Preliminary Q2 2020 results above expectations Licence sales were way better ahead of expectations Operating cost management was solid in Q2 We raise our Fair Value to EUR137, while outlook is confirmed
IT & High Tech services Syntec Numérique webcast feedback: supporting our Buy case New forecasts are unsurprising The crisis will be an opportunity for further consolidation A growth scenario is confirmed for 2021 in Western Europe We reiterate our Buy on IT Services and Neutral on Alten
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