Sopra Steria is a multinational company delivering key projects to Space leading companies and organisations, such as CLS, CNES, Thales Alenia Space and the European Space Agency.
- The first IT provider to Airbus Group (Airbus, Airbus Helicopter and Airbus D&S)
- Delivering key projects and support for finance, MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul), training, technical documentations, customer services - with more than 400 people working within engineering, including embedded software, simulation, flight tests
- Business consulting for supply chains and HR domains
Some areas of expertise
- Systems Integration: Whether your business issue requires a single bespoke application or an enterprise-wide solution, Sopra Steria has the capability and services to suit your needs – on premise, off premise or cross-premise.
- Industrial performance: PLM (Product Lifecycle Management), ALM (Application Lifecycle Management), Lean Management (reducing time-to-market, optimising capacity utilisation)
- Cloud Based Solutions: Capacity on demand, CAPEX to OPEX, Data sharing at Official Sensitive, Advice and Guidance
- Supply chain: SCM (Supply Chain Management), MES (Manufacturing Execution System)
- Customer service: MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul), FHS (Flight Hour Services), PBH (Product By Hour), VIP model, Health Monitoring
- Organisation and governance: complex project management, corporate DNA and cultural, GDPR and Service Design
- Research, technology and innovation: Augmented/ Virtual reality, Digital Twin and Digital Mock up
- Business and technology consulting: Empowering organisations to re-imagine services, accelerate change and achieve outstanding results
- Infrastructure Management and Cyber Security: Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), intrusion prevention systems and forensic tools
Global delivery network
In order to rationalise and industrialise production, Sopra Steria has service centres here in the UK, France, Germany, Spain and India. These service centres meet response and cost requirements, and, at the same time, satisfy safety obligations.
This industrialisation allows for extensive flexibility in adapting to required changes in load plans, cost reduction and improving the quality of service to the satisfaction of business lines.