Awards and Accreditations

  • Capgemini is a member of the FTSE4Good, a Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) index series.
  • Capgemini Group has been ranked C+ in the Oekom Research AG Corporate Rating Index. This classifies Capgemini Group as “Prime” and consequently qualifies our tradable bonds and shares for ecologically and socially based investment.
  • In 2010, Capgemini was included in the ECPI Ethical Index Economic and Monetary Union, an index composed of companies screened for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors.
  • Our Merlin data center, the most sustainable in the world, has won green data center awards from Data Centre Dynamics (2010) and the Uptime Institute (2011), and was a runner up in the Guardian’sSustainable Business Awards (2011).
  • Our Global Outsourcing business ranked 4th in the Green Outsourcing Survey overall; measured by the Black Book Top Green Outsourcing Vendors survey.
  • Capgemini University won the Golden Learning Award from the Chief Learning Officer, a magazine and network of publications.
  • Capgemini UK has been listed in The Sunday Times60 Best Green Companies (2009, 2010, 2011).
  • Capgemini Norway became the first large IT company in Norway to be honored with the Green Beacon certificate by demonstrating environmental performance on a number of measures.
  • Capgemini has been certified to ISO14001 in Belgium, Netherlands, Portugal and the United Kingdom. Additionally, Capgemini UK has received EMAS accreditation for its environmental program.
  • Capgemini UK was a founding member of the WWF One in Five Challenge, an initiative challenging companies to reduce the number of flights taken.
  • Capgemini was named winning partner of San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) during Oracle’s “Enable the Eco Enterprise” awards.
  • Capgemini Guatemala received the United Way Heroes Volunteerism Award through its local representative Fondo Unido.
  • In 2009, Naandi Norway, the first Naandi Foundation established outside of India by Capgemini Norway, received the 2009 Harry Hole award which is designed to acknowledge organizations working to prevent illiteracy.