Altran launches dedicated analytics and AI capabilities in Italy

Tessella, Altran World Class Center for Analytics, opens Milan, Turin and Rome offices

Altran, the global leader in engineering and R&D services (ER&D), has established dedicated analytics and AI teams in its Milan, Turin and Rome offices to respond to growing client demand for data science talent. The Italian teams will operate as part of Tessella, Altran World Class Center Analytics, joining an established international group of 300+ analytics experts.

Riccardo Dolfi, Chief Operating Officer, Altran Italy, said: “Delivering high value clients services is a key part of Altran’s ‘The High Road 2022’ strategy. Analytics and AI offer our clients extraordinary opportunities to develop new disruptive digital services and become digital businesses. The opening of a dedicated Italian World Class Center, under the leadership of Fabio Fusco, means that our clients have both dedicated local resources as well as access to Tessella’s global talent pool.”

Over the last forty years, Tessella has partnered with some of the world’s leading organizations to meet their most ambitious goals. This work has a real impact: saving lives by reducing the time to predict the spread of infectious diseases from 3 years to 3 weeks, enabling manufacturers to overcome complex interconnected sources of product variability when commissioning new manufacturing processes, helping ship operators reduce their overall ownership costs, reduce CO2 emissions and maximize fuel efficiency.


Altran ranks as the undisputed global leader in Engineering and R&D services (ER&D), following its acquisition of Aricent. The company offers clients an unmatched value proposition to address their transformation and innovation needs. Altran works alongside its clients, from initial concept through industrialization, to invent the products and services of tomorrow. For over 30 years, the company has provided expertise in aerospace, automotive, defense, energy, finance, life sciences, railway and telecommunications. The Aricent acquisition extends this leadership to semiconductors, digital experience and design innovation. Combined, Altran and Aricent generated revenues of € 2.9 billion in 2017, with some 45,000 employees in more than 30 countries.

Altran was present in Italy since 1996 and currently employs more than 3,000 people. It is headquartered in Rome and is located in much of the country: Genoa, Turin, Orbassano, Ivrea, Milan, Trieste, Padua, Bologna, Modena, Pisa, Florence, Naples, Pomigliano, Brindisi, Palermo.

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