This morning we announced a new deal with Lloyd’s Register Group worth £36 million over the next five years “deliver new and enhanced infrastructure and applications services and a route to innovation by providing access to Capgemini’s innovation incubator.” You can read the full press release here.

Chris Coupland, Group CIO, Lloyd’s Register said: “Through a rigorous evaluation process against the market, I’m pleased to say that Capgemini demonstrated their ability to deliver market-leading services and value for money, and a real commitment to bringing improvement and innovation. I am excited by the prospect of all that we should be able to achieve together over the next five years.”

Computer Weekly has covered the story: Lloyd’s Register outsources infrastructure and application services: “Maritime engineering and business services firm Lloyd’s Register Group has outsourced IT infrastructure and applications services for five years to cut costs and get third-party investment in new technology.” 

TechMarketView included today’s announcement in their analysis of Capgemini UK’s ‘private sector picking up steam’: “Another new deal is a five-year £36m contract extension with UK-based engineering firm Lloyd’s Register Group, for infrastructure and applications services including applications portfolio management, asset management and enhanced security services. It will also see Capgemini develop an improved infrastructure platform for Lloyd’s Register’s, enabling it to benefit from new cloud, mobile and big data technologies over the next few years.

David Tewkesbury, Capgemini Account Director for Lloyd’s Register said: “With the exponential growth and usage of cloud, mobile and Big Data technologies everywhere, this new contract is based on enhancing and improving Lloyd’s Register’s Infrastructure Platform to position them to make best use of these technologies in the future and deliver ongoing innovation as standard now.

Find out more about Capgemini’s Infrastructure Services.