After seeing machines, networks and applications being installed, I was convinced that the next step would be to put in place the right to information. When creating Exquando, I wanted to develop a new range of services which would help organizations give their staff access to reliable and relevant information. I always believed that sound information makes better decisions but also creates connections, and that more connections contribute to a better world.
Being driven by the same values in our daily actions is fundamental for Exquando. We aim to stay true to these values in all our relations with our clients and collaborators.
Exquando’s transformation wheel is based on the principle that the success of a transformation project depends first and foremost on the men and women who are involved in and impacted by this transformation.
It turns out that progress arises thanks to sound decisions taken through trustworthy exchanges built on values and a pact shared by a clan dedicated to a mission.
La machine conduit l’homme
à se spécialiser dans l’humain
Le Grand Espoir du XXe siècle (1971)
Jean Joseph Hubert Fourastié
We brought together a team of men and women with multiple profiles and different backgrounds.
This diversity is our strength.
Our multidisciplinary team consists of experts in information science and technology, documentalists, archivists, business analysts and project leaders.
Beyond their technical knowledge and skills, our consultants have an acute sense of service. They are trained to listen and understand the needs of the client and are able to facilitate discussions and cooperation by and between people.
We do not collect personal data via this website. Every data provided to us through the contact forms of this website is used to facilitate routine contact and operational work.
Data is held securely and is subject to access controls.
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