Capgemini also receives Regional Architecture Excellence Award for India

Paris – Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, today announced that it has won the Global Architecture Excellence Award in the category of Transformation and Planning from iCMG, a leading full service Enterprise & IT Architecture Firm. Capgemini also received the Regional Architecture Excellence Award for India.

 The Architecture Excellence Awards by iCMG, recognized Capgemini both at a global and regional level for its ‘Architects Revival Program’, a major transformation program to redefine the role and career path of more than 6,700 architects across the Group. The worldwide program was designed to maintain a sustainable and dynamic architects community based on a global competency model, new curriculum and certification processes, along with a challenging content-driven and innovative approach. As a result of this award winning program, Capgemini achieved:

  • Consistency across various architects roles through certification
  • The delivery of complex architectures for its clients
  • A stronger association within its architecture community
  • A reinforced focus on architecture and technology in its workforce

 Patrice Duboe, Vice President and Head of the Architecture Practice at Capgemini said, “We are honored to receive the Global Architecture Excellence Award for our Architects Revival Program. Architects shape and translate business and IT strategy needs into achievable, sustainable technology and enterprise solutions. We launched this initiative to strengthen the focus on architecture and technology within our workforce. The transformation program is a step towards fulfilling our commitment to deliver complex solutions to our clients across the globe. Architects are the best ambassadors of our global Applied Innovation Exchange program to empower our new digital ecosystem.”

The winners received the awards at a recent ceremony held in Washington, D.C. to commemorate their significant contribution towards the architect community.