The Board of Directors of Cap Gemini S.A. convened on July 30 2008, under the
Chairmanship of Serge Kampf, to approve the consolidated financial statements
of the Capgemini Group for the first half of 2008.

At constant rates and perimeter, revenue growth came in at 5.3% versus the first
half of 2007 (and 7.0% for the second quarter alone) which was entirely in line
with the targets that the Group had set for itself. At current rates and perimeter,
comparison with the revenues published for the first half of 2007 was adversely
impacted by the very strong appreciation of the euro against the pound sterling
and the US dollar (up 13% against each currency).

Total bookings recorded during the first six months of the year reached €4,327
million, up by 3.9% compared to the first half of 2007 (at constant rates), and
the “book-to-bill” ratio for Consulting, Technology and Local Professional Services
was 115% on average.

Operating margin (7.6%) came in above that achieved for the whole of 2007 (7.4%)
and up by 1.5 points compared to the first half of 2007 (6.1%).

Operating profit (€288 million) was up by €59 million (+25.8%) compared to the
first half of 2007.

Taking into account net finance expense of €15 million and income tax expense
of €42 million, profit for the period came in at €231 million, up by 37.5% compared
to the first half of 2007. Earnings per share increased from €1.16 to €1.61.

Consolidated net cash totaled €533 million at June 30, 2008 (compared to €889
million at December 31, 2007) after the payment of a dividend of €1 per share
(€143 million), the acquisition of two million treasury shares in order to partially
neutralize the potential dilutive impact of shares options granted to employees
(€70 million), the payment of acquisitions for €32 million (mainly concerning
a subsidiary of Unilever) and the usual increase in working capital requirement
during the period.

Activity by region

  • North America: thanks to a very good performance by Local Professional Services
    and the dynamism of Outsourcing, revenues increased by 5.4% at constant rates
    and perimeter, i.e. at a rate comparable to that of the Group average. The operating
    margin was 5.8% compared to 5.4% in the first half of 2007.
  • Europe: with the exception of the United Kingdom (which had to compensate for
    the programmed drop in revenues generated with the British tax authorities, HMRC),
    all regions posted significant growth: Benelux, driven by a strong performance
    from Outsourcing, advanced remarkably (up 10.8%); France (which has again become
    the Group’s main region) advanced by 7.0%, and the rest of Europe was up by 10.5%,
    thanks in particular to an excellent performance by the Nordic countries and Southern
    Europe. Similarly, all regions made profitability gains: operating margin in France
    returned to a respectable level (5.0%), and the United Kingdom and Ireland advanced
    by 1.5 points, while Benelux continued to deliver the Group’s best performance
    (14.4%) ahead of the rest of Europe (10.6%).

Activity by discipline

  • Local Professional Services (Sogeti) achieved the strongest growth for this half
    (+11.4%) and maintained a particularly sustained pace in North America, Benelux,
    Germany and the Nordic countries. Such progress, combined with tight management
    of general and administrative costs, enabled it to further improve its operating
    margin to 11.5%.
  • Consulting Services recorded growth of 7.6%, reaping the benefits of the introduction
    of a dedicated unit in North America, and strong performances in the United Kingdom,
    Benelux and countries in Southern Europe. This business achieved the best profitability
    for this half year (13.3%) and made the biggest advance compared to the first
    half of 2007 (+5.2 points).
  • Technology Services grew more modestly by 4.1% but actual growth was more than
    two points higher when the volume of business carried out for other Group disciplines
    is taken into account. Operating margin for this business improved by nearly 1.5
    points to 9.2%, and progress was made in nearly all regions.
  • Outsourcing grew by 3.2%. The lower contribution from the HMRC contract was more
    than offset for by new bookings recorded across the Group’s regions, including
    the United Kingdom. Operating margin improved slowly but steadily, reaching 4.7%
    of revenues.

Outlook

On the back of the performance in the first six months of the year which was
in line with the Group’s targets and buoyed by the volume and quality of bookings
taken during the period, Capgemini is now anticipating like-for-like revenue growth
of between 4% and 5% for full-year 2008, and reaffirms its target operating margin
of 8.5% in 2008 (versus 7.4% in 2007).