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Capgemini SE
Societas Europaea
Traded as
ISINFR0000125338 Edit this on Wikidata
IndustryIT services, IT consulting
Founded1 October 1967; 53 years ago (1 October 1967)
FounderSerge Kampf
Area served
Key people
Aiman Ezzat (CEO)
Paul Hermelin
(Chairman of the Board)
Revenue14.12 billion (2019)[1]
€1.43 billion (2019)[1]
€856 million (2019)[1]
Total assets€18.13 billion (2019)[1]
Total equity€8.41 billion (2019)[1]
Number of employees
270,000 (2020)[2]
SubsidiariesSogeti, Altran

Capgemini SE is a French multinational corporation that provides consulting, technology, professional, and outsourcing services. It is headquartered in Paris, France.[3] Capgemini has over 270,000 employees in over 50 countries,[4][5][6] of whom nearly 120,000 are in India.[7]


Capgemini was founded by Serge Kampf in 1967[8] as an enterprise management and data processing company. The company was opened as the Société pour la Gestion de l'Entreprise et le Traitement de l'Information (Sogeti).

In 1974 Sogeti acquired Gemini Computers Systems, a US company based in New York.[9] In 1975, having made two major acquisitions of CAP (Centre d'Analyse et de Programmation) and Gemini Computer Systems, and following resolution of a dispute with the similarly-named CAP UK over the international use of the name 'CAP', Sogeti renamed itself as CAP Gemini Sogeti.[9]

Cap Gemini Sogeti launched US operations in 1981, following the acquisition of Milwaukee-based DASD Corporation, specializing in data conversion and employing 500 people in 20 branches throughout the US. Following this acquisition, The U.S. Operation was known as Cap Gemini DASD.[10]

In 1996, the name was simplified to Cap Gemini with a new group logo. All operating companies worldwide were re-branded to operate as Cap Gemini.[9]

Ernst & Young Consulting was acquired by Cap Gemini in 2000. It simultaneously integrated Gemini Consulting to form Cap Gemini Ernst & Young.[11]

In 2017, Cap Gemini S.A. became Capgemini SE, and its Euronext ticker name similarly changed from CAP GEMINI to CAPGEMINI.[12]

In 2019, Capgemini acquires Altran bringing the total employee count to over 250,000. This is the largest acquisition in the company's history.[13]

In July 2020, Capgemini reported that it has been named as a pioneer in Everest Group's Guidewire IT services called "Guidewire Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2020 – Setting the Key Phase on Cloud."[14]




Sogeti is a wholly owned subsidiary of Capgemini Group.[15] It is an information technology consulting company specializing in technology and engineering professional services. Sogeti developed the Test Management Approach.[16]


The Capgemini Group Executive Committee consists of 26 members.[17] On 20 May 2020, Aiman Ezzat was appointed as the new CEO. He is associated with Capgemini for more than 20 years.[18] From 2005 to 2007, Aiman was Capgemini's Deputy Director of Strategy.[19] In November 2007, Ezzat was appointed COO of the Financial Services Global Business Unit, and became its Global Head in December 2008 till 2012. From January 2018 to May 2020, he served as Chief Operating Officer and prior to this as Chief Financial Officer, from December 2012 to 2018.[20][21]

From 2012 to 2020 Paul Hermelin served as the Group Chairman and CEO. He joined Capgemini in 1993 and was appointed as its CEO in 2002.[22] In May 2012, Hermelin became chairman and CEO of the Capgemini Group.[23] He succeeded Serge Kampf, who served as the Vice Chairman of the Board until his death on 15 March 2016.[24]


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