Similar to how IBM broke off its legacy-focused managed infrastructure services business to establish Kyndryl in November 2021, French multinational IT services giant Atos plans to divide in half.
For Atos, it’s a last-ditch effort. Rodolphe Belmer, the company’s new CEO who was appointed on January 1, 2022, has named two deputy CEOs to run the two new enterprises and announced his resignation, which will take effect at the end of September.
Customers likely haven’t yet adjusted to the most recent restructuring, which took place in February and saw Atos divide its operations into three business divisions.
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