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Capgemini named a “Leader” by NelsonHall in its NEAT evaluation for cloud-based HR transformation

01 Oct 2020

Capgemini announced today that it has been named a “Leader” in the NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) Report for Cloud-Based HR Transformation.

Capgemini was identified as a Leader in the “Overall” and the “Multi-Country Focus” market segments, reflecting its ability to deliver immediate benefits to its cloud-based HR transformation clients overall, as well as meeting future client requirements.

The report highlighted many strengths for Capgemini, including incorporating digital-focused developments into its HR services; heavily leveraging next-generational technological innovations such as RPA (robotic process automation), chatbots and machine learning/AI; and including application services and release management for all its operational services, which allow its cloud HR transformation service clients to benefit from a single provider for the technology and operational support, to drive through continuous improvement.

We are delighted that NelsonHall has recognized our capabilities and named us as a Leader in this vendor assessment,” said Anjali Pendlebury-Green, Digital Employee Operations Practice Lead for Business Services at Capgemini. “With 2020 requiring organizations to adjust to more working from home and fluid operations, we understand the impact of the digital revolution on HR and people management, and aim to support our clients to transform successfully.”

Elizabeth Rennie, Principal HR Technology & Services Research Analyst, NelsonHall, said, We have recognized Capgemini as a Leader for exhibiting high capability in delivering value to clients. Capgemini places a heavy emphasis on digital transformation through its applications and offers solutions for organizations to become agile in managing talent. Capgemini also focuses on driving greater business outcomes and workforce productivity and considers positive employee experience above all.”

To view the full report, click here.