Double win for Capgemini at the GSA Awards 2017

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We are delighted to announce Capgemini took home two awards this year at the Global Sourcing Association (GSA) Awards.

We won Utilities Outsourcing Project of the Year for our work with Horizon Nuclear Power and our Network Enhancement Programme for Heathrow was awarded IT Outsourcing Project of the Year.

Now in its fourteenth year, the GSA Awards were celebrated at The InterContinental, London Park Lane on 19 October 2017. The awards recognise innovation and best practice by suppliers, buyers and advisors throughout the sourcing industry, voted for by the GSA Council, the elected body responsible for shaping the strategic focus of the GSA, effectively safeguarding the UK’s sourcing industry.

“We are all very proud of this result not only as it demonstrates the high quality delivery we have across the portfolio at Heathrow but also for the special mention from the judges about the strength of the relationship and collaboration between our organisations. A real benchmark for how we work with our clients,” commented Matthew Whitson, Capgemini’s Account Manager for Heathrow.

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