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Adaptavist expands global footprint with expansion in Benelux region

Adaptavist Netherlands

Adaptavist Netherlands will support a greater number of customers across the Benelux region with expert consultancy spanning enterprise agile, DevOps, ITSM, cloud migration and more across a growing portfolio of technology platforms.

We’re proud to announce that Adaptavist now has a presence in the Netherlands. 

This growth broadens our footprint in Europe and enables us to better support our Benelux customers on the ground. The move will also help us build on partnership status such as our Atlassian Platinum Partner, AWS Advanced Consulting Partner, recent GitLab partner status and more. 

The Netherlands technology market is the 13th biggest in the world, with spending on software and outsourcing services growing at a faster rate than that of the other top six EU economies. Adaptavist’s presence will help support this demand with a dedicated local presence and expertise, enabling us to deliver expert digital transformation and business consultancy to the enterprise. This is underpinned by expert capability across a growing portfolio of strategic technology partners. 

“Last year in the Netherlands, business and government spending on technology rose above pre-pandemic level, outpacing EU averages, with much of this growth driven by the unprecedented adoption of cloud and collaboration technology,” says Simon Haighton-Williams, CEO at Adaptavist.

“This growth, coupled with our experience in helping some of the world’s most complex enterprises make the move to the cloud, presents a huge opportunity for Adaptavist to cement our presence in the region and support more customers in their digital transformation journeys”.

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Simon Haighton-Williams

Simon Haighton-Williams

A veteran of a range of technology businesses, Simon has led Adaptavist since 2010. He brings experience of both large and small operations to the role and understands when the detail is more important than the big picture – and vice versa.