Leveraging Capgemini’s inherent culture of applied innovation, the Applied Innovation Exchange (AIE) framework helps organizations foster a structured approach to drive the innovation process comprising four phases – Discover, Devise, Deploy, and Sustain. It enables companies to systematically work through the process of innovation, uncover and experiment with new creative ideas, while simultaneously remaining agile enough to respond to the constant market and technology shifts.
On February 28, 2017, Capgemini launched its first AIE in Southeast Asia and 10th globally, in Singapore on 6 Battery Road, #12-02/03.
Capgemini had the honour of having the AIE Singapore inaugurated by Mr. Patrick Tay, Member of Parliament and Secretary-General of NTUC, as well as Mr. Yeoh Keat Chuan, Managing Director, Singapore Economic Development Board. The inauguration of the AIE was also attended by His Excellency, Mr. Marc Abensour, Ambassador of France to Singapore and members of the media.
Please refer to the press release here, video and pictures below for more information.
Left to right: Mr. Lanny Cohen, Global Chief Technology Officer, Capgemini, Mr. Patrick Tay, Member of Parliament and Secretary-General of NTUC, Mr. Yeoh Keat Chuan, Managing Director, Singapore Economic Development Board and Mr. Luc-François Salvador, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer APAC & Middle East and Group Executive Committee Member, Capgemini.
Capgemini executives and Singapore government representatives at the AIE Singapore inauguration.
Mr. Lanny Cohen, Global Chief Technology Officer, Capgemini, the brainchild behind the idea of the AIE.
Capgemini executives and Capgemini’s clients, interacting with guests at a Q&A panel session.
A full house at the AIE Singapore inauguration.
A Capgemini Singapore graduate taking the Guests-of-Honour through a data analytics demo showcase.
A Capgemini Singapore graduate taking a guest through a robotics demo showcase.