Lectra: Best Managed Company

Best Managed Company

(Source: Lectra)
(Source: Lectra)

Established 30 years ago by Deloitte Canada and launched in France at the end of 2021, the 2022 edition of Deloitte France’s Best Managed Companies program recognizes excellence in companies that stand out for the quality of their management and their performance. Lectra, whose connected industrial equipment and software facilitate the digital transformation and Industry 4.0 transition of fashion, automotive and furniture companies, has been named one of the 11 French companies selected for the 2022 edition.
Companies are assessed on their long-term strategy, talent management, innovation capacity and CSR policy, as well as their governance and financial management. On one hand, these criteria assess the company's distinguishing features and, on the other hand, its capacity to address current and future challenges.
»The work we have carried out together has enabled Lectra to become a global technological leader. This recognition inspires us to continue with our commitment to the Industry 4.0 revolution and to the success of our customers.«
Daniel Harari, Chairman and CEO, Lectra

Lectra SA, Paris/France, made an impression with its extensive strategic vision, solid financial and innovative culture, and its ability to decrypt trends in order to adapt its solutions to changes and the needs of its different markets. This enables the company to be a strategic partner to guide its customers in their digital transformation. Thanks to its capacity to develop innovations, be that with equipment, software or services, and its mastery of technologies such as IoT, the cloud, artificial intelligence and big data, the company plays a key role in helping fashion, automotive and furniture industry players evolve towards Industry 4.0.

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