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” The company’s commitment to ongoing education is commendable. Here, ambition is not only encouraged but rewarded. There’s no limit to what you can achieve.”

Before joining Capgemini, I worked at a small, Nordic consultancy company that was niched towards procurement. Just like Capgemini their strength is within IT, but like all IT consultants know, the system itself will not bring value to the client. It is the people that make that happen, which makes IT projects more about taking the client through a maturity journey with surrounding initiatives to develop within that area.

When I was approached by Capgemini, and they highlighted the opportunity to shape my own development path, I was intrigued. Stagnation had set in at my previous company due to its size. The timing felt perfect for a career leap.

Tell us about your role. What does a day in your life at Capgemini look like?

I am officially a Business Analyst, but function more as a Digital Transformation Manager. I work in a system called Ivalua and was hired to strengthen the team for a specific client. It was a great challenge and right now I am responsible for changing the ways of working (WoW), being the business advisory and challenging the client to making the right decisions. – I am sketching up a new statement of work to ensure the right competence in the team for the coming period. We are also working towards smaller and tighter teams to facilitate an agile work process and clarify the roles and responsibilities.

I also specifically asked to take on the role as a Partner Manager for Ivalua when I realized there was an opening there, so for about six months now I have continued that work and driven that partnership, which includes following up on new opportunities, pursuit sales leads and working together with Capgemini Account Executives to put Ivalua on their client’s roadmap.

Today we have several organizations in the pipeline and right now a Capgemini team is being certified to strengthen our resources within Ivalua and hopefully we will also start looking at recruiting.

It sounds like challenging work?

Absolutely. The role at Capgemini is demanding, which is precisely why I embraced it. However, there are moments when it feels overwhelming. During such times, I find solace in hitting the gym – a physical outlet to combat mental stress. Patience is key; as someone with a fast-paced approach, I’m learning to balance urgency with diligence. Thankfully, Capgemini offers robust support systems, even from leaders not directly involved in day-to-day operations. The vast network within the company enhances our ability to deliver value to clients.

What advice would you give to someone joining Capgemini?

Prioritize your onboarding process; it’s invaluable for acclimating to Capgemini’s diverse channels and resources. Seize the freedom to shape your career trajectory; the company’s extensive certification and training programs are at your disposal. Networking is another crucial aspect – leverage it!

What is the best thing about Capgemini?

The possibilities. The wealth of expertise and passion among our team members is truly remarkable. Additionally, the company’s commitment to ongoing education is commendable. Here, ambition is not only encouraged but rewarded. There’s no limit to what you can achieve, and there is no one that is going to tell you to stop.

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