Supply chain digitisation lacking globally: Capgemini By IANS | Mumbai | Last Updated at December 06 2018 16:15 IST. While many organisations across the world consider supply chain digitisation to be one of their top three corporate priorities, most are still struggling to get projects beyond the testing stage, says a new study from French technology services major Capgemini. Over 45 per cent of the organisations from India in the survey said they have supply chain digitisation as one of their top three priorities, according to the study titled "The digital supply chain's missing link: focus". "While most large organisations clearly grasp the importance of supply chain digitisation, few appear to have implemented the necessary mechanisms and procedures to turn it into a reality," Dharmendra Patwardhan, Head of the Digital Supply Chain Practice for Business Services at Capgemini, said in a statement on Thursday. Just 14 per cent succeeded in scaling even one of their initiatives to multi-site or full-scale deployment. However, for those that achieved scale, 94 per cent reported that these efforts led directly to an uplift in revenue, the findings showed. For the study, the Capgemini Research Institute surveyed supply chain executives from around 1,000 organisations across consumer products, retail and manufacturing industries, about their existing digital supply chain initiatives.
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Capgemini’s Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2018: HNWI wealth in region is forecast to surpass US$42 trillion by 2025
Satisfaction with wealth managers remains considerably lower than levels in the rest of the world; hybrid-model1 prioritization and closer customer connections are critical to wealth management firms’ success as BigTech disruption looms. Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2018 Infographic (Graphic: Business Wire). Asia-Pacific Wealth Report 2018 Infographic (Graphic: Business Wire). With a 12.1 percent growth in HNWI population, and a 14.8 percent rise in wealth, the region is now forecast to surpass US$42 trillion by 2025 and has shrunk its required compounded growth rate from 9.2 percent in 2016 to 8.7 percent. Concerns over the lack of holistic services from wealth management firms; perceived low value-add management fees; and a low personal connection with wealth managers were top reasons for this discontent. Attracted by BigTechs’ highly-intuitive customer experience and low-cost business models, significant numbers of Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan) HNWIs showed high interest in developing wealth management relationships with firms like Google (60.8 percent) and Alibaba (52.6 percent).
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Capgemini study reveals barriers to electric car adoption in US
NEW YORK, Nov. 27, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --Â Capgemini today released a study showing that battery capacity and availability of charging stations for electric cars are the two biggest concerns of U.S. consumers that might deter purchases. "OEM investment in electric cars has led to exciting technological breakthroughs and the promise of reduced emissions, yet so far sales figures have been lower than initially predicted," said Mathew Desmond, Principal Automotive Domain Specialist at Capgemini. "If OEMs do not quickly take steps to address the consumer pain points revealed in this study then either rival OEMs or new entrants from other industries will capitalize on future growth potential." OEMs and retailers can collaborate to adopt a more holistic view of the customer lifecycle and offer comprehensive services to owners. For example, OEMs could provide additional services to integrate electric cars with other aspects of consumers' lives, such as smart charging features that communicate with smart home devices.
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Capgemini SE: Highly successful 5th Employee Share Ownership Plan
· Plan offer subscribed 191% by employees · Dilution offset by the share repurchase agreement. Close to 33,600 employees in the 24 participating countries subscribed to the plan, representing 16% of the Group`s headcount. This new Employee Share Ownership Plan (ESOP) will help maintain employee share ownership above 5% of the capital. For Paul Hermelin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini Group: "With an almost twofold oversubscription and a 17% increase in the number of subscribers, our employees demonstrate once again their confidence in the Group`s strategy and development prospects. Capgemini thus remains one of the CAC 40 companies with the largest employee ownership". About Capgemini A global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, Capgemini is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients` opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms.
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Backbase Names Capgemini Global Solution Partner of the Year
PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Capgemini has been named the Global Solution Partner of the Year by Backbase, the omni-channel digital banking platform leader. “By using Backbase as the underlying enabling technology for clients, Capgemini has successfully enriched their bank processes, digital methodologies and technology services,” said Patrick Rood, Global Head of Alliances and Partner Business, Backbase. The Backbase platform is a state-of-the-art digital banking software solution that unifies data and functionality from traditional core systems and new FinTech players into a seamless, digital customer experience. “Our innovative collaboration with Backbase enabled us to develop an implementation of a completely modern bank,” said Vikrant Karnik, Executive Vice President and Global Head of Digital and Cloud Services, Capgemini Financial Services.
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Capgemini SE : World Energy Markets Observatory report 2018
Paris 2015 Climate Accord targets could slip out of reach, as economy rebounds. While the Utilities landscape rebounded with renewed financial strength, the need to accelerate their transformation heightens as competition from new players emerges. The study reveals China's role as a leading worldwide player in technology, equipment and Utilities ownership, and highlights that global economic growth has increased energy demand and leaves long-term climate change targets in question. According to Colette Lewiner, Energy and Utilities senior advisor at Capgemini: "In 2017, a stronger economy meant Greenhouse Gas emissions rose for the first time in several years; as a result of the 2050 climate change objectives may well not be met. The European Union has taken some measures, but they are insufficient to reach a meaningful carbon price, of around €55/ton. For this to be achieved, carbon floor prices would be needed at either regional or national levels." The World Energy Markets Observatory is an annual publication by Capgemini that monitors the main indicators of the electricity and gas markets in Europe, North America, Australia and South-East Asia, and reports on the developments and transformations in these sectors.
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Capgemini SE : 2018 Capital Markets Day
The Group will notably present its strategy in terms of portfolio management and client centricity, which are key success factors of its growth, profitability and resilience. Several client keynotes will illustrate these themes, which shall be delivered by leading companies whose digital transformation is supported by Capgemini. 2018 OUTLOOK. As announced at the publication of its Q3 2018 revenues on October 24, the Group aims for 2018 to accelerate its growth with revenue progression above 7.5% at constant exchange rates, to increase profitability with an operating margin of 12.0% to 12.2% and to generate an organic free cash flow in excess of €1 billion. Such statements may include projections, estimates, assumptions, statements regarding plans, objectives, intentions and/or expectations with respect to future financial results, events, operations and services and product development, as well as statements, regarding future performance or events. Forward-looking statements are generally identified by the words "expects", "anticipates", "believes", "intends", "estimates", "plans", "projects", "may", "would" "should" or the negatives of these terms and similar expressions. Although Capgemini`s management currently believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties (including, without limitation, risks identified in Capgemini`s Registration Document available on Capgemini`s website), because they relate to future events and depend on future circumstances that may or may not occur and may be different from those anticipated, many of which are difficult to predict and generally beyond the control of Capgemini.
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