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A look at some of the innovations and achievements from our Guatemala delivery center

Gustavo Tasner

Capgemini Guatemala—celebrating 10 years of delivery excellence

On Capgemini Guatemala’s 10th anniversary, Head of Americas Delivery Network, Gustavo Tasner, recounts the journey to becoming a state-of-the-art delivery center, and shares his vision for the exciting road ahead.


Center Spotlight—Guatemala

Established in 2008, Capgemini Guatemala has grown to over 1,300 multilingual professionals, delivering services across F&A, HRO, Supply Chain, Personal Assistant-as-a-Service, and Master Data Management to both Latin and North America.


Gustavo Tasner

Looking to the future of Capgemini Guatemala

Gustavo Tasner, Head of Americas Delivery Network, Capgemini’s Business Services

No one moves forward without scoping the way ahead, and that’s exactly what we’re doing.


Alejandra Salazar

Shaping the past, building the future

Alejandra Salazar, Head of HR, Capgemini Guatemala

At Capgemini Guatemala, our people are our strongest asset, and they have been shaping who we are and what we do since the Guatemala delivery center started in 2008. For this article, we asked members of our team that have been with us since the very beginning to write about what being part of Capgemini Guatemala means to them.


Not just classrooms—Capgemini Guatemala builds lives!

Interview with Alejandra Salazar, Head of HR Capgemini Guatemala, and Claudia Lopez, Internal Communications, CR&S Guatemala trace the evolution of Guatemala’s CR&S journey and learn more about the of their “Building a Better Future for Children” project.


Capgemini Guatemala builds a better future for the children at Villa Verde school

Over 300 volunteers from Capgemini Guatemala, in partnership with United Way, built five new classrooms and renovated 19 existing classrooms at Villa Verde School. This initiative was part of Capgemini Guatemala’s “Building a Better Future for Children” project that aims to improve educational conditions in the Ciudad Quetzal community.