Capgemini: Fintech won’t be the end of the big banks. Tech-fin might be


Google, Amazon and Facebook (GAF), to name a few, could become significant in the retail banking space; where decreasing consumer loyalty is driving firms to become more customer-centric, in a bid to improve retention. Whereas Fintechs don’t have the size or capital endowment to seriously threaten the big banks, Tech-fins certainly do. In this case, size very much more

Capgemini becomes Global Innovation Partner for the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series


Capgemini has become the Official GLOBAL INNOVATION PARTNER of the Men’s and Women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. This new multi-year partnership is a continuation of Capgemini’s long-term support for the sport of Rugby over the last 25 years, and is a natural fit for the Group, reflecting its strong heritage and international presence. Rugby Sevens also shares many common attributes with Capgemini including agility, innovation, inclusivity, fun and team spirit. read more

Capgemini looks to the future with a new brand identity


Capgemini today unveiled its new brand identity which builds on its well established reputation and 50-year technology heritage. The new brand identity uses three fundamental differentiators to reflect Capgemini’s unique character and strengths as a business partner, addressing the whole breadth of clients’ business challenges, to enable their ambition in the digital world. These three core pillars are: dynamism, precision and people. read more

Capgemini, in collaboration with Publicis.Sapient, to develop, deploy and maintain McDonald’s restaurant and digital technologies as a strategic provider


Capgemini, a global leader in consulting and technology services, today announced that it has signed a multi-year IT strategic provider agreement with McDonald’s Corporation. With support from Publicis.Sapient, another global leader in consulting services, Capgemini will be McDonald’s global IT strategic provider for restaurant and digital capabilities. read more

IBM: Fintech CEO says tech giants like IBM may go on M&A ‘shopping spree’ for start-ups in 2018


Tech giants like IBM and Capgemini could go on a mergers and acquisitions "shopping spree" for financial technology start-ups next year. Daniel Döderlein, CEO of Norwegian fintech startup Auka, said that tech behemoths that have shared a long-standing relationship with banks but still rely on older technology would begin to show an interest in a "flood" of new fintech more

Capgemini UK plc: Innovative leadership - leave the ego behind and embrace diversity


A recent talk I attended titled ‘Innovative Leadership’ spiralled into a debate and long conversation about diversity and inclusion. It spoke of the old way of leading; being egotistical, hierarchal and doctorial. It spoke of the rise of the introverted leader, those who aren’t loud and eager to prove they know everything, but those who support, coach and hold important one to one more

House of Fraser shops for IT innovation with Capgemini


Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has today announced a new £15 million agreement with House of Fraser, the UK and Ireland’s premium department store. The three-year deal will place Capgemini at the heart of the retailer’s IT ecosystem, building on a seven-year relationship between both companies. read more

Business demands for agility and innovation prompt rise of cloud native applications: adoption is set to double by 2020


New research from Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, indicates a significant step change in enterprise cloud adoption through the increased use of cloud native applications - applications and services built to perform optimally in the cloud, leveraging Platform as a Service (PaaS). Driven by recognition that cloud-native applications can enable IT to better contribute to business agility and innovation, 15 percent of new enterprise applications are cloud native today with adoption set to increase rapidly in the next three years, jumping to 32 percent by 2020. read more