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Every company wants to use technology to help its business thrive in an increasingly complex and volatile world. Flexibility is key.

Technology can play a pivotal role in helping business deal with disruptions, challenges, and opportunities. To take advantage, companies must be like water with technology strategies, architectures, and solutions that are shapeless and formless but can take a business where it needs to go.
 
It is beyond simply being agile, speedy, and responsive. It is the ability to manage the disturbances while adjusting seamlessly, transforming both business and technology in an unending flow.
 
Capgemini works with major technology clients around the world to drive innovative projects and deliver revenue-generating outcomes.

We have a partner ecosystem that drives sustainable transformation through innovation and co-created solutions. Our diverse team of consultants spans more than 45 countries.

Transformation is a key element of evolution. As companies transform engineering, customer service, operations, IT, and data ecosystems, our team can bring an outside-in perspective to help drive the future you want.

    5G in industrial operations

    5G can help solve the connectivity issues faced by industries like manufacturing, transport, logistics, and energy and utilities.

    Circular economy for a sustainable future

    The straightest path to sustainable development is popular.

    Quantum Technologies And Capgemini’s Q Lab

    We have partnered with IBM to provide our clients access to IBM’s quantum machines and their licensed technology. 

      Some examples of what we do

      Intelligent automation: Get better business results by bringing people and processes together to solve complex problems faster and more cost-effectively.

      Servitization: Servitization is the process of transitioning from a product- to a service-oriented organization.

      New business models have seen equipment manufacturers bundle equipment and services such as maintenance, spare parts and consumables as a single offer or “service” which business customers or consumers can pay for in different ways. For example, rather than buying your own printer, paper and ink, you could subscribe to a “printing as a service” offer where for a monthly subscription, you get the use of a printer, and ink and paper automatically sent to you as levels run low.

      Servitization allows businesses and consumers to choose the offerings they need at the cost they want, while also benefiting the seller with recurring revenue and new opportunities for engagement. This trend has expanded to cover a variety of goods and services across all sectors of the economy is changing the way enterprises sell, market, and interact with customers.

      We help organizations drive servitization to create new revenue opportunities, meet changing customer needs, and improve brand engagement.

      Customer experience transformation: Create value across process, service, product, and business design, by understanding customer needs, behaviors, and motivations.

      Digital operations and supply chain: Achieve significant improvements in productivity, quality, flexibility, and service, by using data insight in operations and in the supply chain.

      Customer service and management: Develop affinity and build loyalty with today’s connected customer, by bringing together service and experience.

      Product management and development: Optimize and harmonize the entire technology ecosystem – and help client organizations to do the same.

      Data privacy, monetization, and artificial intelligence: Make decisions based on insight, engage in the global economy, and explore new business models by making the most of data as an asset.

      Cloud DevOps cybersecurity: Create a culture of security that balances speed and resilience across the enterprise.

      Expert perspectives

      Intelligent industry

      Servitization in manufacturing

      Alex Bulat
      5 Aug 2020
      Enterprise management

      The Renewable Enterprise: Servitization with SAP and Microsoft!

      Alex Bulat
      11 Jun 2020

      Meet our experts

      Carsten Berg Kjeldsen

      Head of Capgemini Engineering Denmark
      Carsten leads the ERD practice in DK partnering with our customers in implementing innovative strategies and solutions within digital continuity and Intelligent industry. Together with our global engineering centers, Carsten is harnessing the latest technologies and our strong technical capabilities, in collaboration with our worldwide engineering centers, to design and construct digital solutions that ensure value generation for our clients.