Telelogos is an ISV providing solutions for the broadcasting of information on digital screens.
Telelogos software are deployed by many companies around the world which use them to optimize their communication with customers and employees and to streamline their operations.
The French company, taken over in 2016 by a duo of managers, Christophe Justeau and Christophe Billaud, is enjoying profitable and steady growth of around 10% per year. With a turnover of more than €6 million in 2021, the company aims to accelerate its international development.
During this first round, Crédit Mutuel Equity joined a shareholder block already rich in its managers and employees - to whom the company had opened its capital and its governance -, as well as a pool of experienced directors committed to the development project.
The digital visual communication enabled by Telelogos is one of the most effective and cost effective ways to capture attention and share information in real time.
This makes it a key cog in operational efficiency, particularly in environments such as production units, warehouses or offices, where it is critical to provide the right information to the right people at the right time in order to improve their involvement and optimize day-to-day operations.
Digital visual communication also makes it possible to manage and inform the flow of customers and visitors passing through public spaces, airport and station halls, shopping centers, stores, banks and even hospitals. and other places open to the public. It also helps improving workspace management - room reservations and flex office -, energy sobriety and team commitment to CSR objectives.
Integrated into the information system, Telelogos software allows all departments of a company (quality, engineering, IT, HR, sales and marketing, communication, sustainable development) to leverage and enhance the data and to ease the transformation of data into value-adding information: extraction from internal and external data sources; correlation, aggregation, shaping; enrichment by integrating information flows; broadcasting planning and control; etc. They also make it possible to manage connected equipment, starting with those on which this information is displayed – screens, kiosks, tablets, smartphones, printers, etc.
The success of Telelogos is based on many years of applied research and interactions with partners and customers. This experience and technical expertise have helped the company establish solid relationships with international leaders in hardware and in software as well as with a network of consulting firms and integrators present throughout the world.
The company, which has commercial offices in the United States and Mexico, has more than 2,000 customers and 500,000 active licenses and has the ambition to grow in the four corners of the globe.
International development is a pillar of Telelogos' growth. Our software are currently deployed in more than 50 countries in Europe, Americas, Africa, Middle East, China and Asia. Getting Crédit Mutuel Equity into our capital and joining as a member of the strategic committee of Telelogos will enable us to strengthen this development effort via the establishment of a subsidiary in the United States and the acquisition of a local player. We also do not refrain from studying the opportunities offered by operators established in other countries and offering significant prospects, explains Christophe Justeau, President of Telelogos.
Anthony Hillion, Director of Investments at Crédit Mutuel Equity, emphasizes that:
The spirit instilled by Christophe Justeau and Christophe Billaud since the takeover of Telelogos has enabled them to build a solid team with internationally recognized know-how. The company has been able to develop assets and differentiating technical solutions that meet the needs and requirements of big names in hardware and software. The development project across the Atlantic constitutes an ambitious and motivating challenge in which Crédit Mutuel Equity will be able to get involved by mobilizing all of its resources, including a portfolio of 330 investments, and the international network of the Crédit Mutuel Alliance Fédérale group.