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Sightseeing of some 2011 clients successes

Capgemini Group achieved numerous commercial successes in 2011 and early 2012: a sightseeing on significant examples

In 2011, Capgemini Consulting and the Application Services One SBU (Strategic Business Unit) developed the SAP EnergyPath solution for its client Marine Well Containment Company (MWCC) within 90 days. The Group signed a global contract with Rolls-Royce. The Infrastructure Services SBU signed major contracts with the Norwegian fuel retailer Statoil Fuel & Retail, the State of Texas and the NGO Habitat for Humanity. The two Applications Services SBUs strengthened their position in solutions based on software as a service (SaaS) by winning two prestigious contracts, with the Swedish company IKEA and the American Levi Strauss & Co. Also to be noted is the longest-ever contract in the history of Capgemini BPO (13 years), signed with the Brazilian group Algar. Many other contracts were signed, with Canon in software testing and with Telekom Deutschland, which selected Capgemini to optimize its business information IT, and finally, with EnterCard, one of the main payment card issuers in Scandinavia.


Capgemini’s Business Information Management (BIM) service line has been working with Unilever on a large, global BI program. This provides real-time information at the point of decision making.







BC Hydro is one of North America’s leading providers of clean, renewable energy.. As part of modernizing BC Hydro’s delivery infrastructure, it has partnered with Capgemini to deliver a smart metering solution. The program will focus on operating efficiencies, improved reliability, increased customer service, and reduced pressure on utility rates.





Stora Enso is a global paper, wood and packaging company—the second largest European player in the sector. Stora Enso’s Chief Financial Officer, Markus Rauramo, explained how he achieved to reduce the company’s finance and accounting processing costs by between 30 and 70% leveraging a Capgemini BPO project.





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