According to findings from a reputation survey commissioned by Computable 100 and carried out in April 2019 by Enigma Research, the market recognises Conclusion as the number one IT service provider in the Netherlands. The results were published at the end of 2019.
Across the ranking as a whole, Conclusion achieved 31st place among the top 100 IT companies, improving on its 2018 ranking of 36th place. The market particularly values the company’s expertise in Consultancy (9th place), IoT & Sensors (11th) and Digitisation & Digital Transition (15th).
This edition of the survey was the first to include sustainability as a factor and, in that arena, Conclusion ranks among the top 50 providers. The sustainable Conclusion Cares programme will continue in 2020. This ongoing programme will focus on three of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals that are a great fit for the organisation and its corporate social responsibility ambitions: Good Health and Well-being; Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure; and Climate Action.
“The very essence of Conclusion is that we adopt a slightly different approach”, Conclusion CEO Engbert Verkoren told Computable 100. “We call that ‘Business Done Differently’. As an IT partner for digital transformation and IT services, we operate at the heart of society. Our clients, mainly Dutch organisations, have a big impact with their mission-critical systems.”
Computable has also published a list of the financial top 100 that was compiled by CFI Netherlands and based on financial data reported over a three-year period, including information on revenue growth, the EBITDA margin, solvability and the revenue per employee. On that list, Conclusion occupies the 47th position. Conclusion’s labels each contribute their own signature and specialism and are among the top three in their segment. Conclusion’s subsidiary myBrand achieved 21st place in this top 100, rising from 30th place in 2018.
Conclusion, an NPM Capital portfolio company, is an IT service provider with a focus on digital transformation and IT outsourcing. The company, which was founded in 1997, is organised as an ecosystem in which all underlying entities have their own expertise. These entities are combined in order to provide clients with domain-based, technological solutions as well as to offer them greater flexibility. In recent years, Conclusion has achieved average annual growth of 15%, its revenue has increased to approximately €240 million and the organisation has expanded from 1,000 employees in 2015 to 1,750 at the end of 2019.