Reducing the Digital Divide

Making digital revolution an opportunity for everyone

As a responsible company, we are convinced that digital innovation provides a tremendous opportunity to build sustainable and positive futures. We found that lack of digital literacy and skills gap are major hurdles restricting people from reaching their full potential.

We are trying to bridge the digital divide through Digital Literacy programs and Digital Academies dedicated to people marginalized due to social inequalities.

In 2019, we exceeded our Digital Inclusion target with over 1,560 graduates (compared to the planned 600) from our 13 Digital Academies across 7 countries.

We aim to support 100,000 beneficiaries through our digital literacy programs by the end of 2020.

Featured Testimonials

Anirban Bose – FS SBU CEO and Architect of Positive Futures in NA

“We are a people company. It is our responsibility to make sure that we provide leadership not only to selected few that are privileged, but work towards an all-inclusive growth across communities.”

Sanyia Saidova – Enterprise Architect, Cloud Infrastructure Services and Architect of Positive Futures in UK

"I signed up as a mentor because I support Capgemini’s ambition to make sure the advances in technology are inclusive. I was once one of those people who could have benefitted from a program like this, but I have been lucky to find other opportunities."

Leena David, CSR Team member and Architect of Positive Futures in India

“I have been a volunteer for a long time and it’s always an incredible experience. I want to encourage all of us to give back to society, not necessarily by donating money, but by giving our time and skills.”

Digital Literacy

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Digital Inclusion

Digital empowerment for an inclusive future

All Architects of Positive Futures

We know that the commitment of our teams is essential for turning our CSR ambition into a...

The Great Digital Divide

Why bringing the digitally excluded online should be a global priority