Paris – Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has been positioned as a Leader in two separate IDC MarketScape reports: Worldwide Digital Transformation Service Provider1 and Service Providers for EMEA Utilities 2017 Vendor Assessment2. Capgemini has been acknowledged as a Leader for “its deep knowledge, comprehensive domain expertise, and long history serving the industry.”
The IDC MarketScape reports have highlighted the following areas of strength for Capgemini in the Utilities sector:
- IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Digital Transformation Service Provider 2017 Vendor Assessment – The report noted Capgemini as “one of the largest players in the market for utilities DX services and blends powerful business planning and mapping expertise with solid execution methodology and delivery models.”
- IDC MarketScape: Service Providers for EMEA Utilities 2017 Vendor Assessment – Capgemini was recognised as “a tier 1 provider in this industry — a “big hitter with muscle, intellect, pulse of the industry, and competence across all core solutions.”
Perry Stoneman, Global Head of Energy & Utilities sector at Capgemini said: “We are delighted to be positioned as a Leader in two consecutive IDC MarketScape reports for our expertise in the utilities sector. It is a testament to Capgemini’s well established commitment towards driving innovation, providing tailored end-to-end services and leveraging its digital capabilities through tailored services that empower our utilities customers to reinvent themselves, by transforming their business operations and enhancing productivity.”
“Capgemini has deep knowledge and domain expertise, which comes with its long history of serving the industry,” said IDC analyst Roberta Bigliani. “This, combined with its continued focus on innovating and industrialising complete solutions for its customers’ entire value chain, have contributed to its position as an industry leader.”
Capgemini has a strong network of more than 16,000 professionals dedicated to utilities. Its Rightshore global delivery model aims at coupling industrialised offshore provisioning with a balanced pool of globally deployable key industry talents and near and onshore resources for delivery and client proximity.
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