The growth of Nova Systems continues: “The objectives for 2019 are consolidating the leadership in Italy and the presence in Europe”
The growth of Nova Systems is steadily continuing. The Information & Communication Technology company ended the first six months of 2018 with an increase in turnover of 13%. A result from afar that is part of Nova Systems’ strategy aimed, on one hand, at reinforcing its presence on the Italian market and, on the other, laying solid foundations outside the Bel Paese, especially in Spain and France.
With a turnover of 5.33 million in 2017, Nova Systems is the leader in the IT solutions market for the international shipping, transport, customs and logistics sector. “The results are in line with the objectives that we had set ourselves,” said Chairman Ivano Avesani, “and this has enabled us to make additional, significant investments in various corporate departments and take on new young collaborators, who are bringing in a breath of fresh air.”
The company ended the first quarter of 2018 with an increase of 13%
In 2017, Nova Systems obtained the prestigious recognition as “Logistics Company of the Year” awarded by Assologistica. “An award that gave us the impetus to do even better. For us, innovating is a vocation and we are constantly looking to the future in developing new technologies within our BeOne logistics solution, created specifically for the sector,” explained Nova Systems’ Product Manager Maurizio Sartori. “The corporate growth is also seen structurally, with the inauguration of the new offices at the headquarters in Verona and, in particular, with the complete renewal of the technological equipment of the server farm, where we carefully safeguard the data of our clients.”
Chairman Ivano Avesani concluded: “We have ambitious objectives for 2019. We intend to consolidate our leadership in the Italian market and the changes we have undergone in recent months will help lead us to strengthen our presence in Spain and France, thereby also seeking to gain an equally prestigious position at the European level.”