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Friday, May 30, 2008

Capgemini profile

About Capgemini:

Capgemini is one of the world's largest information technology, consulting, outsourcing and professional services companies with a staff of 75,000 operating in 30 countries. It is headquartered in Paris, France and was founded in 1967 by Serge Kampf, the current chairman. CEO Paul Hermelin has led the company since his appointment in December 2001.
Capgemini operates in the following industries: automotive, consumer products, retail and distribution, energy, utilities and chemicals, financial services, healthcare, life Sciences, manufacturing, public services, telecom, media and entertainment.

More info on Capgemini @ http://www.capgemini.com/ and also here.

A people company—over 80,000 people in North America, Europe, and the Asia Pacific region. Management and support roles aside, our employees are grouped into four major disciplines, each of which is governed by its specific economic rules, and managed with its own profit.
Our Goals and Values

Four fundamental objectives guide the operation of our business:

* To use our expertise to the benefit of our clients and partners through an open, collaborative approach.
* To ensure sustainable and profitable long-term growth.
* To provide a return on investment to shareholders.
* To promote employee development.

In addition to these goals, a formalized set of shared values guide our business decisions and shape our culture. The practical expression of these values and objectives can be seen in the collaborative relationships we build, the standards by which we measure our work, and the commitments we make to our people.
Financial Details

Capgemini’s shares are quoted on the First Market of the Paris Bourse under ISIN code PR0000125338. You’ll find financial information and our disclosure calendar in our Investor Relations section, along with press releases, analyst presentations, and webcasts.

Website http://www.capgemini.com

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