CT expands its 4.0 solutions portfolio with the acquisition of Infodream, a Manufacturing Execution System software development company.

04.05.22

CT expands its 4.0 solutions portfolio with the acquisition of Infodream, a Manufacturing Execution System software development company.

CT acquires Infodream, an international company based in France, specialized in Manufacturing Execution System (MES) software development for Industry 4.0.

With this operation, CT adds to its digital transformation solutions, a full MES suite, offering very powerful modules as statistical process monitoring or operator guidance in the manufacturing cell.

CT announces the total acquisition of Infodream, a software development company, a milestone in the group's expansion strategy. With this operation, CT adds three new delegations to its network of more than 25 offices: Aix-des-Bain (France), Bristol (United Kingdom) and Seattle (United States) and consolidates its software area, incorporating a team of engineers specialized in quality control and manufacturing processes.

With more than 30 years of experience operating in Europe and the United States, Infodream offers Qual@xy Suite, a unique MES software solution specially designed for Industry 4.0, which has already been implemented by global international big groups who are leaders in their sectors. Qual@xy Suite offers an accessible, cost-effective and scalable path towards developing a Smart Factory, always with the goal of improving quality and productivity. Currently, the application has more than 300 customers in sectors such as aerospace, electronics, automotive, defense and luxury, among others, with more than 20 thousand users.

These capabilities reinforce CT's expertise in the development of complex software systems using agile methodologies, and diversifies its portfolio of software applications in Integrated Logistics Support, Safety and computational fluid dynamics.

Jesús Prieto, President and CEO of CT Group, has underlined the strategic importance of this acquisition. "Infodream reinforces our strategy of developing proprietary technologies, an objective that, together with our business model based on sustainable growth and internationalization, allows us to provide added value in the digital transformation processes of our customers. We are very proud to welcome our new colleagues and excited about the experience, capabilities and customers that this team brings to us".

For her part, Corinne Clesse, former President and CEO of Infodream, points out that “this operation is a great event which opens very new and exciting perspectives to Infodream: sustainable growth, international deployment, synergies with CT core business to achieve a worldwide Industry 4.0 Customer successfully”.

For this operation, CT Group has been advised by Vivien & Associés (Me Emmanuel Chauvet assisted by Inès Ferchichi) and Infodream has been advised by InExtenso Finance et Transmission (Christophe Del Toso assisted by Joris Delas).

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