Value-creating strategy consultation throughout the data continuum


We bring together economic theory, data science, technology and data management in order to redefine your strategy and your operational methods, with powerful results.

Doing what we do better, doing it differently, inventing new offers, reinventing our business model: that’s Veltys’ commitment.

Veltys’ expertise is based on strong links with research in economics, statistics, and machine learning: over 50% of the partners hold a doctorate. This culture is expressed in the constant desire to create without limit and to explore the most innovative solutions.

Veltys’ employees come from brilliant academic backgrounds. They appreciate the consultancy dimension and know how to develop a pleasant working environment.

Without economic reasoning, technique is not enough. Without technique, the created value is not enough.

We offer a holistic approach to data: from strategic recommendation to the technical deployment of data sectors.  A clever balance between tailor-made support and control of the existing situation, the Veltys approach is effective at each stage in the data continuum.

Romain Aeberhardt
Banking & Insurance Director

Romain is an accomplished researcher, converted into a consultant and scientific expert. Today, he brings to his clients and Veltys’ teams his technical expertise and solid operational experience, acquired during his years spent at CREST and INSEE.

 Unanimously recognised as our lead in Machine Learning, artificial intelligence, econometrics and more generally in modelling, his clients benefit from his many specialities. Fond of intellectual challenges, technical innovations and wordplay, he always has the right reference at the right time.

 A graduate of Ecole Polytechnique and ENSAE, Romain obtained his doctorate in economics at EHESS with a specialisation in applied econometrics. With Romain, your greatest risk is to get stuck in a debate about bias sampling in machine learning algorithms!


Without economic reasoning, technique is not enough. Without technique, the created value is not enough.
For Veltys, data intelligence is
Making the most complex subjects accessible
Addressing issues with a holistic view
Mobilising economic analysis to take advantage of market transformations
Deploying technology to support the business vision
Defining the most appropriate governance and organisation to support this transformation
Understanding and managing data assets and their associated uses
Accompanying management in the progression of understanding
Transmitting the ability to grasp data issues
Clarifying the technological choices to build adequate infrastructures
Supporting companies in setting up effective data management
Simplify the complex
  • their experience

    In a world where all Industries and Services are undergoing profound transformation, a Partner has to bring vision, competence, reliability, responsiveness, execution and trust to strategic themes.

    These are the talents we found at Veltys to support us in our Data Strategy on a global scale. There are many opportunities in this universe and deciding on the right directions will undoubtedly impact the model and therefore the future of JCDecaux. Philippe Février and his teams are invaluable in guiding this transformation with us.

    Jean-Charles DECAUX
    Chairman of the Management Board and co-Chief Executive Officer
  • their experience

     “We have been working with Veltys for more than three years on transformative subjects, fundamental to staying one step ahead in our sector, which is traversed by strong currents of disruption.

    With their unparalleled expertise in data intelligence, they have enabled us to incubate new businesses, while simultaneously leading and improving our traditional businesses.

    Their integrity and know-how, beyond their technical qualities, make them real partners.”

    Marie-Christine LOMBARD
    Présidente du Directoire Geodis
The growth of Data Driven companies listed in the Top 10 of the Financial Times Global 500 has been +25% on average per year since 2010
(against +10%/year for the others)