The Digital Global Enterprise Model© – enabling the global, digital company.
Automation. In every nation.
Carole Murphy, Global Head of the Finance Powered by Intelligent Automation Practice, Capgemini’s Business Services
Innovation Nation spoke to Carole Murphy about Capgemini’s new Digital Global Enterprise Model© (D-GEM) and its implications for the world of business.
Moving with the digital times
Greg Bateup, Head of Solutions and Transformation – Procurement, Capgemini’s Business Services
Enterprises need a new business transformation model – and it just arrived…
A proven architecture for driving digital business
Innovation Nation met up with Greg Bateup, Caroline Schneider, and S, Ramakrishnan from Capgemini’s Business Services to talk about how the process-to-pay, credit-to-cash, and report-to-analyze functions are evolving within Capgemini’s Digital Global Enterprise Model©, and how Digital is impacting our clients’ organizations.
Listen to a podcast in which Greg Bateup, Caroline Schneider, and S, Ramakrishnan discuss the impact of D-GEM on the process-to-pay, credit-to-cash, and report-to-analyze functions.
D-GEM – the whole, and the sum of the parts
Emilia Kukurowska, Senior Finance Transformation Consultant, Capgemini’s Business Services
The Digital Global Enterprise Model© represents an evolution of our existing practice, incorporating technology-rich operations powered by intelligent automation that enable our clients to be competitive in a rapidly changing, digital business context.
ESOAR and supermarket shopping – an unconventional analogy
Kamila Sicinska, Senior Transformation Director, Capgemini’s Business Services
Capgemini’s unique ESOAR transformation methodology re-engineers your processes to deliver greater value to your business, and a step change in performance and business outcomes.
D-GEM on a page
Digital Global Enterprise Model©
(D-GEM) is unique.