Aiden, SAP and Mendix specialist and managed services provider for the middle segment, has added Belgian SAP Business One specialist Vigor to the group.
With Vigor, Aiden welcomes a second Belgian SAP specialist to the company; in February, the S/4HANA party Nessi also joined Aiden. With the addition of Vigor, the Belgian branch now has more than 50 employees and Aiden continues to build a strong SAP organization that provides the middle market in a personal way with a broad portfolio of SAP solutions and managed services.
Jeroen Swanborn founded Vigor ten years ago and has built up a strong customer portfolio in the SME sector with specialized SAP Business One services. “Choosing to join Aiden is a natural step,” says Swanborn. “To remain interesting for both the market and employees, you simply have to grow with it. As part of a larger organization, we not only become more attractive to these parties, but we can also jointly further invest in knowledge in the rapidly evolving SAP portfolio and form a one-stop-shop for customers in the Benelux.”
Vigor stands for high quality
Vigor is a leading SAP Business One partner in Belgium and is known for the high quality it delivers. During the last SAP awards, it won no less than three of the four SAP Business One awards.
Vigor’s solutions are used by more than ninety SME parties in Belgium. Vigor also has a unique range for professional services and offers SAP Business One in combination with Mari Project specifically for Professional Services and the construction sector. With this sector solution, the company is a valuable addition to Aiden.
Jeroen Swanborn will take on the role of Business Unit Director for SAP Business One within Aiden’s Belgian organization. Kris Deroo, former director of Nessi, is Managing Director and in addition as Business Unit Director responsible for Aiden’s S/4HANA activities in Belgium.
Grow while maintaining a local approach
Joining the forces of Aiden and Vigor helps to realize Aiden’s ambitions in Western Europe. Deroo aims to further expand the Belgian organization through more acquisitions and organic growth. However, the local approach of the various branches remains an important spearhead. “Aiden serves its customers in the Netherlands and Belgium in the way that best suits the market and the people. That local working method and the human aspect in it are distinctive in our services and we will continue to emphasize,” says Deroo.