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    • Infostructure Transformation Services (ITS)
      Helping our clients to realise the potential of cloud computing and services
    • In summary
      Technology led paradigm shift in the industry
      Some threat to existing business BUT we see on balance this is a major opportunity for Capgemini and Sogeti
      Accelerating our clients adoption of the opportunities
      Taking clients on a journey to the “cloud” (computing and services)
      We have created new business and operational-led interventions to help clients get started
      Our credibility is based on:
      Experience: Our track record of being progressive, working with the market leaders
      Services environment suits our independent, solution mindset and experience
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      An overview of the new global service line
      David Boulter
      Vice President
      Group Management Board
      • The client opportunity
      • The changing market environment
      • The four components of ITS
      • What differentiates Capgemini
    • The opportunity for clients
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    • The Changing Market Environment:From Systems Integration to Services Assembly
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      New business models of cloud computing
      System Integration will evolve to become Service Assembly
      Key issues
      People interact and
      PULL contextual information
      Services
      Assembly
      Computer and Applications
      PUSH structured process data
      Clients
      Desktops Software
      PCs
      Browsers
      MashUps
      Devices
      Collaboration
      ID & Access
      Management
      Network
      Network
      Abstraction and policies
      Information
      Service
      Management
      Applications
      Databases
      Servers
      Hardware
      Storage
      Middleware
      Virtualised Operations
      Hardware
      Storage
      Consumption pricing
      System
      Integration
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      What is ITS?
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      Three steps to help our clients realise the potential of cloud computing and services
      Data Centre Optimisation & Consolidation
      Virtualization
      Cloud Solutions
      Physical
      Virtual
      New Models & Services
    • Created both Business and Operational client engagement
      “ Journey to the
      cloud ASE”
      Transformational outsourcing
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      What we offer
    • Data Centre Consolidation & Optimisation
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      What we can deliver :
      • 25% reduction in TCO costs
      • 50% reduction in power costs
      • 75% reduction in space
      • Plus an improved carbon footprint
      Typical Client :
      Significant M&A activity
      Does not want to outsource
    • Virtualization (Infrastructure and Desktop)
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      Typical Client
      Owns data centres, but full and perhaps running at circa 5-30% utilisation
      Outsourced but wants to take advantage of latest technology disruptions
      What we can deliver:
      • Applications rationalisation and migration
      • Clients can typically cut the number of servers by 55-75% (more if new machines are deployed ) plus an associated cut of maintenance staff by 30%-35%
      • Improved agility of procurement and provisioning
      • Increased success (+10% to 99%) in deploying new software and updates in a virtualised environment
    • Cloud Computing and Services
      Typical Client :
      • Fast moving, competitive market
      • Needs to differentiate
      • Variabilize costs
      What we can offer
      • Unique experience with Public and Private cloud computing (Outsourcing)
      • ‘Journey to Cloud’ ASE (Consulting)
      • Significant real experience with service solutions, end to end service management (Technology Services )
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    • Unified Communications & Collaboration
      Three types of Client:
      • Cost reduction to take advantage of the internet and virtualised environments
      • Collaboration - work more globally and beyond company boundaries
      • Business process optimisation , see’s IT as embedded technology, beyond the data center and desktop e.g. “Smart Energy Services”
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      QUAD
      Telepresence Service
      Sharepoint portal
      Presence
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      What differentiates Capgemini?
    • Why Capgemini is credible