BT in the Benelux

The value we deliver

BT is one of the world’s leading providers of communications services and solutions, with customers in 180 countries.

We operate globally and deliver locally, with 17,000 Global Services experts serving leading multinational companies.

Our unique breadth of scope, reach and capability helps you solve the most complex business communications requirements on a global scale. We’re innovative in our thinking and dependable in our delivery.

We organise our business around you, with specialist industry practices underpinned by world leading security and customer service.

Our portfolio strategy, the Cloud of Clouds, is a powerful combination of cloud services, IT integration skills, global network and professional security expertise. It allows you to connect easily and securely to the applications and data you need, regardless of where they’re hosted and where you’re based.

We’re well placed to be your trusted partner as you digitally transform your business.

BT: using technology to create new possibilities

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Fabrice De Windt

Many great multinationals and international institutions are headquartered in the Benelux, and our local team serves them with strong propositions in areas such as cloud, security and collaboration. I look forward to working closely with our customers in Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg so that they can better leverage the opportunities of today’s digital world, and accelerate their success across Europe and beyond.”
- Fabrice De Windt, CEO, BT Benelux

Fast facts.

  • BT has more than 25 years of local experience in the region; in Belgium since 1988, in The Netherlands since 1989 and in Luxembourg since the late 90s.
  • BT provides a broad portfolio of services across the three countries, including network and IT services, professional services and wholesale services.
  • Around 1,100 people support BT customers in Benelux, including approximately 450 BT Advise professional services consultants.
  • Offices in Amsterdam, Brussels and Luxembourg.
  • Extensive domestic IP VPN, Ethernet and Internet services through BT’s global network and strong local assets including more than 6,700 km of fibre network in the Netherlands and 1,100 km fibre backbone in Belgium. Low cost DSL available.
  • Our Benelux network footprint includes 65 PoPs, including 7 GPoPs and a city fibre network covering 10 cities.
  • Our network is directly connected to 62 data centres in the Benelux (and includes almost all Dutch telehouses).
  • Dual data centre capability in the Netherlands, with BT owned data centres in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Nieuwegein.
  • Strong professional services capabilities with approximately 450 local specialists in BT Advise – the global team of experts who deliver consulting, systems integration and managed services. In the Benelux, this team also delivers ICT staffing and co-sourcing services.
  • BT serves around 400 customers in the Benelux, including many major brands and public sector organisations like Philips, Van Oord, Arcadis, CEVA, ArcelorMittal, NATO and the ESA (European Space Agency), Nutreco, Exact, KPMG; Prorail; Alcatel Lucent; St. Antonius Hospital Group; Staples; ABInbev, EU, Solvay...

BT received Cisco’s 'Service Provider Partner of the Year‘ award for The Netherlands, based on the significant progress it made with further developing its Cisco-based Cloud & Managed Services portfolio (2016).

BT achieved Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Authorised Technology Provider (ATP) certification in the Benelux. Cisco ACI is a software-defined data centre solution  that enables organisations to roll-out their enterprise applications faster and easier (2016).

BT received Cisco’s ‘Services Partner of the Year’ award for Belgium & Luxembourg, recognising BT’s proactive network operating centre (NOC) service based on Cisco’s Smart Collector (2015).

In Belgium, BT ranks 21st in the Data News ICT Top 1000 (Dec. 2015).