ESAS improves your customer satisfaction and customer loyalty by installing, monitoring and maintaining any connected device with the highest standard end-to-end remote services, field services, outsourcing and software solutions. Together, our 1000+ employees offer you the most automated, integrated and high-performance customer service offering available in the Benelux market.
In 2000 ESAS started as a conventional infrastructure service provider but gradually we evolved to servicing a wide range of smart devices. Today the range of services includes field services, remote services, outsourcing, projects & solutions and industrial automation.
Since 2003, ESAS Automation, formerly known as Solindus, is an expert in industrial automation. ESAS Automation has been assisting its customers with the installation, support and maintenance of their industrial facilities. Our customers come from all industries and include Kraft Foods, ArcelorMittal, Pfizer, Haribo and many more customers.
In January 2016, Service Cruiser became part of ESAS. With this strategic deal, the ESAS Group is ready for the Internet of Things era. Our field service management software offers a complete portfolio of field service operations with cloud-based software. The platform manages and runs field service operations for telecom service providers, utilities, Internet of Things device vendors and mass retailers, all with unparalleled efficiency and customer satisfaction. Service Cruiser is capable of reinventing your field services on a scale far beyond your expectations.
ESAS is a reliable partner with a proven track record in field services. The scale of our organization allows us to support our customers with the right people, processes and technology.
Our people are driven by customer experience. As a team, they go the extra mile to deliver outstanding customer services to your customers every single day.
Jobs at ESAS
We are always looking for people with the right attitude to become brand ambassadors for ESAS and our customers. Do you have what it takes?