Indra is a global consulting, technology, innovation and talent company. It is on the cutting edge of high value-added solutions and services for the Transport and Traffic, Energy and Industry, Public Administration and Healthcare, Financial Services, Security and Defence and Telecom and Media sectors. The company operates in more than 128 countries and has more than 42,000 employees worldwide, focusing on developing innovative solutions that meet the needs of the most demanding clients. Indra ranks second in Europe by R&D spend, investing close to €550m during the last three years.
"Indra has always been a business project underpinned by a long-term vision and a conviction that by nurturing our profile as an innovation-focused company with a strong technological base, offering leading-edge solutions to blue-chip customers, we can generate high levels of growth and profitability and attract the very best talent."
Chairman of Indra
Sustainability and Values
A capacity for innovation is the cornerstone of our corporate social responsibility and our sustainability:
“To be an innovative, knowledge-based company in all relations with our internal and external stakeholders (shareholders, employees, customers, etc.) and with the institutions that cultivate and develop those values, and the communities where we operate.”
Responsible management of our relations with shareholders and investors as a pillar of our economic sustainability:
- Solid and sustainable business strategy that ensures the company’s growth
- A competitive remuneration policy that rewards the trust placed in the company
- A transparent, truthful and rigorous disclosure policy
- Corporate governance standards that ensure good governance.
Our solutions and services: competitiveness and efficiency
Differentiation of the solutions, delivery model and even the business model are fundamental to ensuring continuous competitive advantage. At the same time, reductions in costs, a focus on the truly differentiating tasks and the consequential improvement in use of available resources are the most relevant elements in this transformation of processes.
Transport and Traffic
Over 3,000 facilities of management of air traffic in more than 140 countries