I-care voted "Company of the Year" 2020


The Prime Minister awarded the 2020 prize for "Company of the Year", a competition organised by EY in collaboration with L'Echo and BNP Paribas Fortis, to Mons-based company I-care, which won this 25th award ahead of Dubuisson, Efficy, Technord and TRBA.

The aim of this prize is to reward companies in French-speaking Belgium that stand out due to their innovative approach, internationalisation, entrepreneurial spirit, strategic vision, financial health and tenacity in all circumstances.

To put it more colourfully, we could say that I-care is the doctor of industrial machines, as it has set itself the goal of diagnosing their health. More specifically, it specialises in predictive and proactive industrial maintenance, and particularly in vibration and lubricant analysis, leak detection and infrared thermography. Using artificial intelligence, I-care aims to enable all types of company to improve the functioning of their production tools in a fully digitised process.  It also stands out by its desire to bring environmentally friendly industry back to Europe and boost entrepreneurship in Hainaut. And not only because I-care has around 30 offices in 16 countries. The company also has more than 700 customers in 40 countries and more than 450 employees.