22% growth in 2016: EBRC enjoys a growth rate of more than 45% over two years and expands in France


After achieving a growth rate of more than 19% in 2015, the company achieved further organic growth of more than 22% in 2016, a figure that even rises to 45% for the past two years.

This sustained organic growth was achieved by signing up new international clients and by continuing developing the existing client-base from all the strategic sectors targeted by the company: Banking & Finance, Insurance, FinTechs & e-Payments, e-Commerce, Public Sector, International Defense, Space, Media, Services Providers, Law firms, Start-ups, and so on.

In 2016, EBRC opened a branch in Paris and completed its international expansion through an external growth operation. At the beginning of 2017, EBRC entered a long-term alliance with DIGORA.

DIGORA is a French IT service company particularly renowned for the excellence of its database services. It counts about 100 employees and 450 clients and is present in major French cities such as Paris, Strasbourg, Lyon, Lille, Bordeaux, Toulouse, but also in Morocco and Luxembourg.

The alliance with DIGORA enables EBRC to not only strengthen its “database” competence centre at the international level, but also to offer its complete range of “Trusted Services Europe” to clients throughout France.

“This growth is part of our “times two” 2020 strategy. By 2020, we aim at doubling our turnover to more than € 100 million, to double our skills centre (from 180 to 400 employees), and to double our client-base (from 250 to 500), as well as to be twice as efficient and agile”, explains Yves Reding, EBRC CEO.

“In perfect agreement with the ongoing construction of the European digital market and in accordance with our own international deployment, we are strengthening our cybersecurity competence centre within the POST group. In light of the exponential increase of threats arising in the European digital landscape in 2016, EBRC also heavily invested in the CyberEurope 2016 exercise. CyberEurope is an ENISA (EU Cybersecurity agency) initiative which simulated a massive cyberattack on the European continent.”

In 2017, EBRC will accelerate its international development in the European digital market now under construction by promoting “Quality & Security made in Luxembourg”.

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