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Capgemini Signs Deal to Improvise Airbus' Collaborative Workplace

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Capgemini, a multinational corporation that provides consulting, technology, professional and outsourcing services, has signed a five-year contract with Airbus to assist with the renovation of the latter’s global collaborative workplace, including working methods and tools.

This deal will enable Capgemini to support Airbus in various aspects such as online publishing and networking services, communication and productivity software, messaging services, instant messaging, video conferencing, and digital telephony services in terms of tools and technology.

Capgemini is a global leader in working with businesses to help them transform and control their operations using technology. Every day, the Group is motivated by its mission of releasing human potential through technology for a more equitable and prosperous future. It is a responsible and dynamic company with over 270,000 employees spread across over 50 countries. Capgemini is trusted by its clients to address the entire scope of their business needs, from strategy and design to operations, fuelled by the fast changing and creative world of cloud, data, AI, networking, apps, digital innovation, and platforms, thanks to its strong 50-year legacy and deep industry expertise.

"It was our ability to handle this project end-to-end, from strategic scoping through to operational transformation, integrating new technologies and cloud, that made the difference. We are extremely proud to be supporting Airbus in this major redesign,” said Nive Bhagat, CEO, Capgemini’s Cloud and Infrastructure Services, and member of the Group Executive Committee.

Capgemini also signed another agreement to acquire Multibook's SAP global services line, to expand its SAP capabilities and its customer portfolio of business services in Japan and Southeast Asia as a part of the acquisition.

As a result, its SAP relationship in Japan will be strengthened as well as onboard SAP professionals to better serve clients across Southeast Asia in terms of its global distribution model.

This acquisition also ushers in a new era for Capgemini in Thailand to collaborate with clients on implementing global transformation initiatives locally.

As part of the agreement, Tadaaki Murayama, CEO, Multibook stated that as a part of Capgemini, his company would be able to provide his clients with not only the scale they need to transform globally, but also embrace growth and be able to provide career opportunities.

"It was our ability to handle this project end-to-end, from strategic scoping through to operational transformation, integrating new technologies and cloud, that made the difference. We are extremely proud to be supporting Airbus in this major redesign,” said Nive Bhagat, CEO, Capgemini’s Cloud and Infrastructure Services, and member of the Group Executive Committee.

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