Anthony Omage

Solution Lead within Managed Services team at Capgemini Australia and New Zealand

What does a day in your life at Capgemini look like?

As part of my current assignment, I work on a client site (via remote access), for an oil and gas company based in Perth. Typically, my mornings are spent interacting with the project team and SAP super users. These are the main contacts within the finance function of the business who report on any issues with their SAP system and raise requirements for improvements. A key part of my role involves implementing client change requests.

My afternoon consists of client meetings, but I always try to catch up with some of my Capgemini colleagues who specialise in other SAP modules with quite a bit of crossover in my area of expertise. We discuss new changes to operational processes and how the information should be reflected in the client’s SAP system.

After work, I log-off from the system and play with my kids. I’m lucky that I live near a bay area with a stunning outdoor scenery, where I generally go for my jogging too. After I’ve worked up an appetite, I eat my dinner with the family. Before lockdown, I would sometimes travel into town to dine with colleagues and/or friends and I look forward to resuming those soon – it’s always nice to catch up with people in and outside your circle!

How are you working towards the future you want?

In the future I see myself working in Sales and to further build my skillset in this domain, I am leveraging the in-house training/learning resources and reaching out to the thought leaders in Capgemini.

What’s the best thing about working at Capgemini?

For me, it would be the people, the policies and the culture & Values.

What makes you proud to work at Capgemini?

The seven Capgemini Values.

What advice would you give to someone joining Capgemini?

The cultural diversity at Capgemini offers excellent insights into diverse perspectives, making it a great place to learn, network and grow.

Anthony Omage