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    Capgemini sees need to deal with obsolete applications


    A Capgemini study identified a pressing need to retire applications that have outlived their usefulness. We have found that today s application landscape is often more an obstacle to successful business and IT alignment than a testament to it, the study concluded. Capgemini surveyed 100 CIOs ...

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    Capgemini bundles global BPM activities


    Capgemini’s Mumbai office will participate in the global BPM rollout Capgemini unveiled a new global service line that will combine its various Business Process Management (BPM) activities. The consultant and provider of outsourcing services said the move will help it grow in a key business area where it strives to ...

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    Case study: Autoliv Germany automates invoicing system


    IT experts at Swedish automotive supplier Autoliv are converting 40 European plants to a new, common ERP infrastructure. Top priority for the new system is to make sure that there is an uninterrupted flow of materials to all machinery, says Soenke Gebhardt, IT expert at Autoliv’s German factory in Elmshorn ...

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    GM extends application management contracts with Capgemini


    General Motors has extended three application management contracts with consultants Capgemini. The five-year agreements cover work done with GM’s global sales, service and marketing, and purchasing and supply chain divisions for a total value of 100 million dlrs. Capgemini will work with GM’s Information Technology organization to provide a range ...

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    Study: IT budgets steady in 2011


    IT budgets are likely to remain steady next year, according to a poll of IT managers at major companies in German-speaking countries. According to the survey, which is part of consultants Capgemini’s annual IT Trends Study, 39 percent of IT managers polled see IT budgets little changed, while 21 percent ...