In his new role, Geys is tasked with growing ACA Group's Mobile Unit "strongly by focusing on sustainability and productivity". Indeed, the company sees growing demand among its customers for partners who can organise their employees' digital mobility in a sustainable way. Furthermore, ACA Group wants to respond to the increasing demand for mobile applications.
'Our ambition is to accelerate and efficiently make the mobile applications at our customers more sustainable,' states Jurgen Geys. 'To this end, we are focusing, among other things, on composable apps, which we use to improve the productivity of mobile employees with digital applications tailored to their role. In doing so, we do not limit ourselves to technology alone but, together with our clients, look at the effective business impact of our applications.'
ACA Group today has 275 employees and offices in Hasselt, Ghent, Leuven and Antwerp. The company's clients include IDEWE, PWC, OVAM, Cepa, Belfius, Johnson&Johnson and the Flemish Government.
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