From Project Management to Project Implementation, IT Production and Infrastructure, the Information Systems Business line offers a very broad and diverse range of careers. Our people are real experts with impressive project management skills. Their culture of openness and international awareness is an essential asset for a Group of companies with a presence in 54 countries worldwide.


6 500

employees in the Information Systems Business Line worldwide


million clients use our infrastructure every day


football fields! The size of the Group's datacenter


Our people use the most powerful technologies in the market on a daily basis:

  • Our technology monitoring units track every new trend, assembling and testing prototypes for future banking applications
  • Our interactive systems – Internet, intranet, telephony, ATM and others – all involve the use of web technologies
  • Our mainframe technologies give us the capability to manage our 50 million customers



SQY Park

Our flagship technology campus!

The SQY Park campus in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines is assuming its key role as the Crédit Agricole SA Group’s digital technology flagship. Launched in 2013, the campus will eventually host 5,000 Group staff from its IT and means of payments services, among others.

Notwithstanding its ambitions, SQY Park is a campus on a human scale offering all the advantages of a pleasant and convivial working environment.


« Gain 10 minutes per day! »

Launched with this slogan in October 2013, SI’tizen is the social media network internal to our IT systems business line (LMSI). Established to encourage transversal teamwork, SI’tizen can help staff make the most of their working day and improve their performance.

Simple and intuitive, SI’tizen is gaining more and more members by the day. An innovation accelerator, it is fast becoming the key collaborative system at LMSI.


On two separate sites 10 km apart near Chartres (Eure-et-Loir), the Crédit Agricole Group is putting the final touches to one of Europe’s largest computing centres. Known as Greenfield, the aim of this project is to store every bit and byte of Group data in two enormous datacentres. The buildings occupy sites as big as 4 football pitches!

Inside, 10 computer suites and 5,000 servers will enable every Group company to conduct its branch banking, insurance, credit, savings and market trading business to the highest standards of reliability and security.


Drawing on its experience in mobile applications, Crédit Agricole decided to develop a new method for creating and distributing its applications with the CA store, which received the customer relations award for its technological innovation at the Fifth Annual “Palmes de la Relation Client” Awards.

The innovation of the CA Store lies in:

  • the development of a new avenue for customer relations based on co-creation
  • the extension of the banking data model to third party developers for the production of web and mobile applications for Crédit Agricole through a series of secure open-data services.
  • The digital cooperative, “Digiculteurs”, is a federation of French mobile development companies.



Maîtrise d'ouvrage

Project Management specialists have a direct working relationship with the business line departments of each Group company. Project Managers analyse requests from senior management, identify the requirements to be met, draw up the corresponding specifications, and schedule the resulting projects. Once a project is underway, their task is to ensure that its organisational structure and working methods are fit for purpose. As projects approach completion, Project Management tests and validates all software developed, and monitors the resulting product in its operational phase.

Project Management works closely with Project Implementation and other disciplines to support development of the projects adopted.

Project Implementation

Project Implementation specialists work closely with their counterparts in Project Management and IT Production. Following the recommendations and indications provided by Project Management, their role is to adapt and develop Group software. Project Implementation specialists are responsible for the technical delivery of systems implemented in accordance with the specification and schedule prepared by Project Management.

They also ensure that these systems are fully integrated into the IT production environment.

IT Production

The main responsibility of IT Production specialists is integrating software developed by Project Implementation into the Group IT Production environment. They ensure process functionality, security and data integrity under real-life operating conditions.

Lastly, IT Production is responsible for the normal functioning of all the hardware, infrastructures and environments under its management.


Infrastructure specialists work closely with their counterparts in Project Management, Project Implementation and IT Production. Their tasks focus on the dimensioning of networks and machines. The Infrastructure function is responsible for identifying and implementing solutions that maintain the integrity and security of Group networks, machines and data.