Deveryware was born at the start of the 21st century from the meeting of two men with identical visions. Closely attuned to the needs expressed by French law enforcement professionals, the two men identified a technological innovation that would help them ensure public safety.

Jacques Salognon

Jacques Salognon, a successful IT and telcommunications entrepreneur, and Thierry Bathias, a specialist in on-board terminals, conceived and developed a powerful, secure platform to support investigators in their crime surveillance duties.

They then founded the 1st real-time geolocation company.

Thierry Bathias

Deveryware quickly became a trusted partner of the French government and is now a diversified group operating in all facets of global safety. It employs a staff of 140 employees and aims to become the European leader in investigation technology and global safety services.

Inspired by the shared values of commitment, ethics and innovation, Deveryware strives to provide the best tools available on the market. Deveryware is committed to several collaborative research projects alongside academic partners and large corporations; today it is a recognized contributor to the European safety ecosystem.

Based on the company’s core values and with a long-term vision, the Supervisory Board and Alain Vernadat, Chief Executive Officer, want to make the group a recognized provider of security services thanks to a wide range of technological means to secure cities, goods and people.

In October 2022, the group joined Flandrin Technologiesthe cyber division of ChapsVision group, a leading player in cyber intelligence and cybersecurity, offering a sovereign solution dedicated to the defence, intelligence and security markets. 

Driven by these key values and a long-term vision, Deveryware provides the technological resources to keep cities, people and property safe. The company is firmly committed to a safer future and has a clear mission: