Rightshore® network Onshore center Offshore andnearshore center BPO center France Clermont-Ferrand Grenoble Lille Nantes 36,236 people in center – based operations:
8,084 people in onshore centers
18,058 people in offshore and nearshore centers
10,094 people in BPO centers
Paris Toulouse Saint Cloud Finland Helsinki UK Birmingham Inverness Sale London Woking Netherlands Utrecht China Guangzhou Kun-ShanHuaQiao Shanghai Canada Toronto U.S. Dallas Kansas City Romania Iasi Italy La Spezia Spain Madrid Asturias Zaragoza Murcia Guatemala Guatemala City Poland Krakow Katowice Wroclaw Mexico Mexico City Philippines Manila India Mumbai Bangalore Kolkata Pune Hyderabad Chennai Brazil Sao Paulo Germany Düsseldorf Frankfurt Munich India CoE:
Passionate for innovation The Accelerated Solutions Environment (ASE)A world-class facilitation capability and exceptionally productiveenvironment to rapidly resolve complex business challenges. Our business today not only requires a demonstration of proven industrialization skills but also clear leadership in providing innovative solutions and tools to our clients.
RAIN (RApidINnovation)A collaborative environment to help organizations re-define their IT as a “service” through the radical development and adoption of new technologies and business services, enabled by Intel platforms.
Rapid Design and VisualizationApplications design accelerator that relies on User Centered best practices and rapid simulation environments.
Passionate for innovation (cont'd) CrescentThe Capgemini Retail Solutions Center (India) has industrialized leading practices in retail to help companies reach their objectives more quickly, reduce risk, lower costs, while improving the overall quality of the solution.
Communications Transformation Platform (CTP) in Telecom A integrated set of systems and business processes that gives a company the power to change the way it works, so that the enterprise can become something different, something new, something better
Clinical Data Transformation for Life SciencesAn ‘industrialized solution’, clearly driven by needs of the business, to transform both business processes and IT delivering tools to automate the solution (removing multiple hand-offs and manual processing) and eliminating data redundancies and risk.
Capital structureas of December 31, 2009 (on the basis of a shareholder survey) Individual Shareholders French institutional shareholders Non French institutional shareholders Group directors and employees (1) Treasury stock 31% 52% 8% 1% 8% Cap Gemini S.A. Capgemini Sogeti
Over 40 years of history 1960's 1970's 1980's 1990's 2000's 1973 Sogeti, Gemini Computer Systems and CAP merged as Cap Gemini Sogeti. 1962 CAP founded in France 1996 The Group reorganized its shareholding and management structure and adopts a new name and a new logo: Cap Gemini. Opening of a flagship office in Singapore, marking the first steps into Asia. 1975 First Annual Report published. 2004 Name and logo changed to Capgemini coinciding with global ad campaign to position “The Collaborative Business ExperienceTM.” 1991 Creation of Gemini Consulting resulting from the merger of five management consulting firms. 2000 Acquisition and merger with Ernst & Young Consultingto form Cap Gemini Ernst & Young. 1967 SoGETI founded by Serge Kampf in Grenoble, France on October 1. 1978 Cap Gemini Inc. established in Washington DC 2007 Capgemini acquiresKanbay and Indigo, expanding its offshore capabilities in India. 1993 First transformation program of the Group’s organization, sales approach, methods and culture, called “Genesis.” 1985 Cap Gemini Sogeti listed on the "Second Market" of the Paris Stock Exchange. 1998 Cap Gemini is included on the CAC 40 listing on the Bourse 2002
Sogeti name revived in some countries and expanded to others for Local Professional Services.
The second major transformation of the Group’s move to a simpler model built around Consulting, Technology and Outsourcing and Local Professional services.
The Board of Directors name Paul Hermelin CEO.
1968 Gemini Computer Systems Inc. based in New York 2008 Capgemini acquires Vizuri (UK), BAS (The Netherlands) and Empire (Czech Republic). 1999 Cap Gemini is voted "European Company of the Year" by the European Press Federation. 1989 Opening of the Group University in France (Béhoust) 2009 Consulting Services becomes a global entity: Capgemini Consulting. The Group employs 91,000 people including 28,004 working in offshore locations
Opening of a new international training and conference center in France at Les Fontaines.