New York, Paris, – Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, announced today that it has been recognised as a Leader and Star Performer in Everest Group’s Mobility Services in Global Banking – Service Provider Landscape with PEAK Matrix™ Assessment 2016: A New Paradigm. Capgemini was recognised as a “Leader” by increasing its mobility services delivery capabilities through alliances/internal investments and achieving high marks overall in six key areas; market success, buyer satisfaction, domain expertise and innovation, scale, scope and delivery footprint.

 “As banks continue to focus on providing differentiated customer experience and advanced mobile functionalities, they are integrating legacy systems with the mobile platforms and investing in nimble strategies,” said Jimit Arora, Partner, Everest Group. “Breadth and depth of solutions, a series of internal and external investments, as well as success in capitalising on existing IGATE relationships in North America has positioned Capgemini as a Leader and Star Performer on the 2016 Everest Group’s PEAK MatrixTM on mobility services in banking.”

The report analyses the capabilities of 21 leading technology service providers, specific to mobility in the global banking sector.  Everest Group named Capgemini as one of four “2016 Mobility Services in Banking Services Star Performers” based on its demonstration of strong forward movement on the PEAK matrix fueled by an over 25% industry-leading growth rate, as well as an increase of its mobility service practice size by more than 50%.      

“Mobile technologies are now an essential ‘must have’ in banking and we thank the Everest Group for recognising Capgemini’s expertise in banking mobility services,” said Anirban Bose, Head of Global Banking and Capital Markets, Capgemini, “Being named as a Leader and Star performer by Everest Group in its PEAK Matrix represents a significant achievement and validates Capgemini’s continuous effort to provide forward-looking, innovative solutions in collaboration with our partners for our banking clients and partners.”

Firms designated as leaders in the report have an established mobility practice, matured solutions portfolio as well as continued investments in technology and services capability development (IP/tools, partnerships, and dedicated innovation labs, etc.). Capgemini was cited for establishing a dedicated service line for digital customer experience and the launch of innovation centres focused on omnichannel, mobility, and digital, and an innovation group focused on wearables and beacons. Additionally, Capgemini also was cited for having a strong pedigree in payments; enhancing domain expertise and significant presence in North America through the IGATE acquisition.

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