The appointments are:

  • Danny Glover, Vice President, Central Government and Policy
  • Pradeep Mathur, Vice President of Operations, Custom Solution Development
  • Martin Scott, Vice President, Engagement Management
  • Tom Thicknesse, Vice President, Consumer Products and Retail Sectors

Nigel Kirby-Green, Technology Services leader at Capgemini UK plc, said: “These promotions reflect the outstanding achievements of the four individuals
concerned and not least their ability to deploy our collaborative approach at
the most senior client levels. They also reflect the ongoing expansion of our
technology services business as clients seek greater efficiency and competitiveness
through the effective use of technology in a challenging economic climate.

Danny Glover is an economist by training and has developed breadth of expertise across a
range of industries including shipping, finance, telecommunications and the public
sector. In recent years Danny has managed significant Capgemini relationships
across a number of central government departments and across a wide range of consultancy
and technology delivery areas. Danny brings a depth of experience of helping customers
through fundamental change programmes and ensuring a sustainable legacy to those
programmes – this being the common theme of his 19-year career.

Pradeep Mathur has more than 20 years of industry expertise in selling and delivering Rightshore® based solutions. He has a first-class honours degree in computer sciences and
as a programme director has delivered complex programmes and projects across the
UK and India. He specialises in building services-based solutions enabled by Rightshore®. He has experience of financial services, utilities, retail and IT services
industries. Since joining Capgemini, Pradeep has worked in programme management,
global delivery and industrialisation, and led transformation and delivery for
the custom software delivery practice. In his new role Pradeep will be the
Head of Operations for the Custom Solution Delivery practice in the UK.

Martin Scott is a highly skilled programme director with a proven track record of successful
engagement delivery, especially in an international context. He has strong expertise
in leading complex change programmes across a wide range of sectors and has headed
large diverse global teams, sustaining performance and motivation through challenging
transformation engagements. His clients benefit from his rigorous focus on delivery
along with his ability to respond creatively to their issues. In his new role
he will lead the Engagement Management Practice in the UK with a focus on responsibility
delivery across both public and private sectors. He will also continue to lead
programme delivery roles within significant technology programmes.

Tom Thicknesse has worked at Capgemini for 12 years in the consumer products and retail markets,
gaining broad experience spanning the company’s outsourcing, technology and consultancy
services. He has also taken the lead in winning and managing several major new
national and multinational customers for Capgemini UK, including many of the most
famous names on the British high street and on supermarket shelves. In his earlier
career he gained initial retail management experience working for the John Lewis
Partnership after a period as an army officer in the Royal Green Jackets.

About Capgemini

Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and
outsourcing services, enables its clients to transform and perform through technologies.
Capgemini provides its clients with insights and capabilities that boost their
freedom to achieve superior results through a unique way of working, the Collaborative
Business Experience. The Group relies on its global delivery model called Rightshore®, which aims to get the right balance of the best talent from multiple locations,
working as one team to create and deliver the optimum solution for clients. Present
in more than 30 countries, Capgemini reported 2008 global revenues of EUR 8.7
billion and employs over 92,000 people worldwide.

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