RESULTADOS 2004. The upturn in business in 2004, combined with the stable market conditions of 2005, should mean that sales will increase at around the same rate in 2005 as for 2004. The priority of the group is to continue to improve profitability.
El Gobierno aprobará en otoño un plan de choque contra el atraso tecnológico
RESULTADOS Q1 2005. Altran sales up by 4.2% compared to 1st quarter 2004
ALTRAN Focus on projects. The HANS device prevents the pilots' head knocking back in case of accidents, adding security to Formula 1 driving
RESULTADOS 2Q. Sales of the Altran group amounted to € 368.3 m, up by 3.8 % with respect to the 2nd quarter 2004 (€ 354.7 m)
Q3 2005. Sales amounted to € 339.2 M
Altran Group Sales for 2005 are up 2.7 %
Altran 2006 Award International Jury
Accenture Revs Up for 2006 Formula One Season by Renewing its Relationship with WilliamsF1 Team
Atos Origin launches brand-new time-recording system for car rallies
2006 Altran Foundation for Innovation Award finalists
Major student rowing regatta below the Eiffel Tower: a "boat race" on the Seine
Altran 2nd Quarter Revenues amounted to € 374.3 M
Michael Träm, Chief Executive Officer François Valraud, Chief Operating Officer New Top Management to boost Arthur D. Little’s Growth with "Smart Innovation" Consulting Services
ALTRAN. Publication of the 1st half 2006 results: current operating margin at 6,55%
Altran 3rd Quarter revenues amounted to EUR 355.1 m up by 4.7%
The Altran Foundation 2007 Award is now launched, on the theme "Mending the human body"
ALTRAN Revenues for the 4th quarter 2006 are up 6.3% compared to the 4th quarter 2005
El Grupo Steria nombra a Hervé Hannebicque nuevo Director de Recursos Humanos
ALTRAN 2006 Results. The revenues for 2006 are at 1.495.4m, up 4,2%% as compared to 2005.
Natanael Ayllón finalista español de la beca de la Academia ALTRAN de Ingeniería. El ganador se integrará en el Renault Fórmula 1 Team
ALTRAN 3Q 2007: Revenues for the 3rd quarter 2007 are up 6.6% at 378.7 m ( 8.1% organic growth)
Altran opens an office in Romania
Romania has joined Altran’s Central and Eastern European division, which includes Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and now Romania. This high-growth division is characterised by cooperation between local players and Altran managers and consultants.

Growth is bolstered by a solid, long-term development plan that capitalises on consultants’ expertise and promotes synergies with the local environment. For example, Altran signed a partnership agreement with the Polytechnic University of Bucharest so that students could take advantage of courses taught by Group consultants. Because Romanian education tends to be highly theoretical, the country’s engineers benefit from our consultants’ more practical teaching methods.

Altran Romania’s offering is integrated into the regional division’s services, which are concentrated in the automotive, electronic and public sectors and based on four centres of excellence:

- Quality: from supplier sourcing to the implementation of quality standards,

- Process and Production Improvement: lean manufacturing and 6 Sigma approaches,

- Project Management: production transfer, factory launches, European project management, - Innovation: creation of an R&D environment that fosters creativity.