Startup Diota, deploying digital solution in the industry, earned its French Tech Pass in 2018. The company creates innovative tools at its Montpellier site. A nice example of “Positive Industry” promoted by Montpellier Métropole.
Hiring in MontpellierNumerous innovations have emerged from Diota’s production facility.
The facility includes training, assistance, and support services, as well as data preparation, the solution Quality department, information system administration, and procurement. 15 of the Paris-based startup’s 74 employees are located in Montpellier. The company discovered an environment in the Montpellier Métropole area that is beneficial for its growth.
“For example, we invented the first augmented reality projection device to help facilitate work for operators,” explains Ludovic Perrier, director of operations, co-founder of Diota, and director of the Montpellier site.
“Here, we can hire all the talents we need, particularly for our international development, thanks to a vast pool of startups, universities and schools, the digital sector, and scientific and technological innovation,” exclaims the director of operations.
“Montpellier, Positive Industry”As a responsible and committed pioneer, Diota is a perfect example of the “Montpellier, Positive Industry” signature, an initiative of Montpellier Métropole and local industry stakeholders.
The company “implemented its culture of caring from the very beginning so that our employees would feel good at work. This includes personnel representatives, monthly social events, quarterly information breakfasts, and more,” explains Ludovic Perrier. He is also committed to implementing ecological actions at the Montpellier site, such as recycling paper with an on-site shredder, and sorting and recycling materials when reorganizing the facility.
The “Montpellier, Positive Industry” approach promoted by Montpellier Métropole consists of helping traditional industry companies in fields such as construction, metalwork, and others, and industries including new information and communication technologies, energy-environment, and health, which have positive economic, ecological, and social impact within the territory. The goal is to build an efficient and sustainable “Made in Montpellier” economy.