Capgemini brings together its engineering and R&D expertise
The global business line, with its 52,000 engineers and scientists and a presence in all major engineering hubs across the world, builds on the integration of Altran, one year on from its acquisition by Capgemini.
“Today’s leading organisations understand that engineering and R&D is fast-moving and ever evolving. As a result, an end-to-end partnership with clients is needed for developing, launching, managing and modernising breakthrough products,” said Aiman Ezzat, CEO of the Capgemini Group. “The launch of Capgemini Engineering builds on the integration of Altran’s capabilities into the Group, a year on from its acquisition. It perfectly complements the Group’s already well-established portfolio of business offerings and supports our leadership position in intelligent industry.”
The company says that Capgemini Engineering “helps the largest innovators in the world engineer the products and services of tomorrow and cope with disruption by embedding into products digital and software technologies”.
“R&D is the new battlefield. It must be connected and data-driven to optimise innovation and accelerate development,” said William Rozé, CEO of Capgemini Engineering. “Capgemini Engineering’s services have been devised to address exactly that need, to harness the power of data to foster innovation, create new customer experiences and deliver new sources of value.”
The capabilities combined under the Capgemini Engineering brand are already recognised as market leading. According to Zinnov, a global management and strategy consulting firm, the combined entity has the largest global delivery network with a presence across all major engineering hubs.
The business line’s services cover three key domains: product and systems engineering; digital and software engineering; and industrial operations.
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