05/04/2022 - Hardis Group surpasses €130 million in revenue

Hardis Group achieved revenue of €132.7 million in 2021, up 9.8% on 2020. In 2022, the company is aiming to accelerate its organic and external growth in France and worldwide as it targets revenue of €150 million for the year. It will work to consolidate its position in three key growth areas in the French and European markets: supply chain, cloud, and commerce. 

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30/03/2022 - The Eyesee inventory drone plots a new course

The drone-based inventory solution, designed and patented by Hardis Group and co-developed with Squadrone System since 2015, will now be marketed, developed, and operated by Darwin Drones, a new company based in Grenoble. The entity will build on this local innovation success story and work to accelerate take-up of the solution in France and worldwide.

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08/02/2022 - Hardis Group to hire 340 new employees in 2022

Hardis Group has unveiled a vast recruitment plan, in France and worldwide, to support its ambitious growth plans as it sets its sights on exceeding €150 million in revenue for 2022. Of the 340 vacancies planned group-wide for 2022, 150 will be based in Grenoble. Some 140 new hires will join Reflex Logistics Solutions, the group’s business unit specializing in developing and integrating...

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26/01/2022 - Reflex and Digilo join forces to bring real-time, error-free loading to warehouses

Reflex Logistics Solutions has partnered with Digilo, the joint developer and distributor of Scanless Dock Control, a real-time loading control application that uses Bluetooth iBeacons installed on dock doors. Under the partnership agreement, Digilo will handle Europe-wide deployment and support for the application, which is fully integrated into the Reflex WMS warehouse management system as a ...

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21/01/2022 - Hardis Group and School 42 join forces to boost employability and enhance digital skills in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France

Hardis Group is backing 42 Lyon Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes as the coding school’s sole premium sponsor. The aims of the partnership are threefold: to provide opportunities for the long-term unemployed to gain digital skills, to address the talent shortage in this fast-growing sector, and to support economic growth and digital development in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France. 

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