Jose Vicente de los Mozos He debuted yesterday as CEO of Indra, during a shareholders’ meeting that approved his entry to the board, and gave the first brushstrokes of what will be his management and that could be reduced to a motto: “Less pears better”
Thus, the manager assured that Indra must have in its catalog fewer productsbut of greater added value, and therefore with a better margin also for the account of the results. At the same time, he pointed out that one of the first steps will be to launch the project Indra 4.0to promote the digitization of the company and its processes, as well as the reorganization of the management committee.
The pressure to increase margins has been a constant in recent years for the company, especially in the business of minsait, its digital transformation subsidiary. For this reason, the company has opted to develop its own products and focus on those verticals that can provide greater profitability, and which is demonstrated, for example, in one of its latest purchases to grow in Industry 4.0 or its commitment to the private network business for industry.
To do this, the company has been looking for platform their developments to deliver faster projects and standardize. Among the areas of greatest value to which you want to turn the business is the cybersecurity, process robotization or cloud migration.
Indra has been struggling for years to avoid an image created at the beginning of the century as a port of passage for young people who are beginning their careers. “Attract technological and committed talent to the project and retain the best”, was one of the priorities mentioned in the speech by the president of the company, Mark Murtra. The company has more than 56,000 employees worldwide, of which 30,500 are located in Spain.