Tate & Lyle

FTSE 250 global supplier of food and beverage ingredients reduces software costs and improves network visibility to deliver a transformative user experience


  • Lack of visibility and understanding of the user experience
  • Requirement to improve employee productivity and reduce operational costs
  • Proactively detect technical issues before they become systemic


  • Increased visibility across all data points, applications, and end-users across the organization
  • Improved levels of monitoring of end-user needs
  • Reduced operational costs
  • Better decision-making and improved business performance and employee productivity


Tate & Lyle is a British-headquartered, global supplier of food and beverage ingredients to industrial markets. The company was founded in the UK in 1859, and is listed on the London Stock Exchange and on the FTSE 250. Tate & Lyle has an annual revenue of £1.375 Billion and employs around 3,700 people worldwide. The company started using Riverbed Aternity Digital Experience Management (DEM) from Riverbed in 2021 to improve its employee digital experience. It required a product that would be proactive in identifying user issues and would be able to audit and report on unused software licenses. After considering three different tools from other providers, Riverbed Aternity was the only one that could support key business processes and deliver a seamless digital experience for its employees.



Aternity Digital Experience Management (DEM)

I would 100% recommend Riverbed Aternity. It’s one of the first tools the team open on a daily basis and it has become an essential resource.

Brett Edwards, Global IT User Adoption Manager

Tate & Lyle

Tate and Lyle company Adoption Manager Brett Edwards explaining business

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