Discover our 6 business lines
IT Infrastructure is the company’s historical sphere of activity and is still one of Adiutum’s main focuses today. Our services cover all technical phases of an infrastructure project, from architecture and design to implementation, operations, maintenance and support.
Infrastructure is the backbone on which a company’s entire IT system rests. Determined by very specific needs, it is essential to the smooth running of a company. Once the infrastructure is in place, the support functions—which cover both the technical and the relational—monitor users and provide feedback on encountered problems until their resolution.
While data is currently an invaluable asset, one must know how to use it. In today’s world, a data processing strategy is indispensable in order to improve existing processes and increase efficiency.
Using innovative tools and methods, our expert consultants make predictions and recommendations, assist our clients in setting up data management systems, and help design data collection models and algorithms.
Our experienced project management consultants can assist you with all or part of your project. Accustomed to various environments, they are able to provide you with innovative ideas and ideas from other sectors in order to help you achieve your goals.
Our consultants are trained in project management methods. They seamlessly blend into your environment and adapt to its realities, whether they are dealing with technologies, working methods, regulations, objectives, work plans, etc.
Our objective is to train technical project managers who are versatile and able to adapt to our clients’ operations.
Computerised System Validation
Computerised system validation is a historical specificity of Adiutum, and today it is a guarantee of our rigour and ability to adapt to our clients. CSV is a crucial area for companies working in high-risk sectors with strong regulations in place.
Our consultants have been assisting some of the biggest names in the industry with rigour and professionalism for over ten years. They help ensure that regulated systems (GxP, GMP, etc.) are documented, tested and controlled, from user requirements up to go-live readiness.
The Business Analyst works with various types of companies in order to improve their IT management methods on an organisational level (distribution of functions and tasks, hierarchy of responsibility levels, management methods, administrative procedures, information filing systems) and increase the efficiency, productivity and profitability of the company’s activities.
He or she is also tasked with ensuring that technical teams take the needs of the company and its workers into account.
Business intelligence refers to all the methods, applications and tools that enable companies to use data for decision-making purposes.
It involves collecting, modelling and analysing material and immaterial data and making it available via reporting tools. Once data analysis is made possible, decision-making and performance can be optimised.