In 1978, Gerard Sanderink started as an independent entrepreneur and set up the successful company ICT with a partner. A number of years later Sanderink decided to go his own way and in 1992 he started the Sanderink Groep. Thanks to autonomous growth and a well thought out acquisition policy, the Sanderink Groep has developed into one of the most prominent IT suppliers in the Netherlands with branches in Belgium, Germany, Norway and Switzerland. Since 1 January 2000 the name of the company has been Centric: a service provider with a diverse package of services and products as a result of which its customers can count on complete solutions. Click here for more information about Centric in the Netherlands.
Centric has been active on the Belgian market since 2001 with the takeover of KSI International, as of which time its activities in Belgium have strongly increased. The takeovers of Infosoft, Locus and Sycron have ensured a significant market share in the construction, retail and supply chain sectors. With the takeover of Orqua, Centric gained control of the second largest Belgian IT consultancy firm. With the takeovers of Gecotec and Apem, Centric ensured itself a place among ICT service providers.