The visit, part of a series of events marking Ikusi’s 50th anniversary, served to highlight the company’s work in the field of digital transformation
An institutional delegation headed by Denis Itxaso, the Spanish Government’s Representative in the Basque Country, paid a visit to Ikusi’s premises in Donostia-San Sebastian yesterday morning. The delegation was accompanied by Iñaki Maiz, CEO of Ikusi, and Javier Ormazabal, President of Velatia, who offered a comprehensive overview of Ikusi’s efforts to boost the digitalisation of its customers and the business world in general.
This visit takes place in a special year for the company, which is celebrating 50 years of activity in which evolving and adapting to new times has formed part of its DNA. As a result, Ikusi has become a specialised operator in sectors such as cybersecurity, digitalisation, mobility and communication networks.
From left to right: Guillermo Echenique González, the Spanish Government’s Deputy Representative in the Basque Country; Jaime Fernández Alcedo, Adviser to the Government’s Representative; Javier Ormazabal, President of Velatia; Denis Itxaso, the Spanish Government’s Representative in the Basque Country; and Iñaki Maiz, CEO of Ikusi.
Ikusi, a Velatia company, specialises in integration, engineering and technological development services for the digital transformation of businesses. It works alongside its customers to understand the particular characteristics of their business and then helps that business evolve by exploiting the full potential of technology and associated services. With a presence in Mexico, Spain, Colombia, Chile and Peru and 700 highly qualified employees, Ikusi makes the complex simple.