IDC MarketScape positions Capgemini as a leader for IT services in the EMEA utilities market 2013
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Paris -- Capgemini, one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, today announced that it has been recognised as a leader in the IDC MarketScape: IT Service Providers in the EMEA Utilities Market 2013 Vendor Assessment.
Smart Energy Services is one of the pillars of Capgemini's offering, providing the full spectrum of smart metering, smart grid, smart home/consumer energy management solutions, and smart analytics.
Cloud, the internet of things, mobility, social media, big data, and process digitisation are among the main ingredients of Capgemini's recently launched Digital Utilities Transformation programme, a framework created to prepare and assist utilities in reinventing themselves via disruptive digital technologies.
Looking at individual company scoring achieved in this IDC MarketScape, Capgemini's best score in the Current Capabilities criteria is for its "Range of Capabilities" and "Range of Offering." Within the Future Strategies criteria the company scored very well for its "Portfolio Strategy" and "Customer Service Strategies."
Perry Stoneman, Corporate Vice President, Capgemini Utilities and Smart Energy Services Global Leader said: " We are delighted to be recognised as a leader by IDC. It's a testament to our dedicated endeavour to exceed client expectations. It fully recognises our capabilities to drive innovative solutions successfully and with high client satisfaction."
Capgemini's Utilities' sector has a global reach in North America, South America, Europe and Asia Pacific with 8,900 consultants working in this space.
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