Software company, Blueprint, has entered into a resale agreement with Capgemini that looks to increase the ability for strategic customer growth worldwide.
Capgemini said Blueprint’s enterprise solution will allow the company to accelerate the delivery of its solutions and it will continue to leverage Blueprint’s requirements management capabilities both for its internal product development and for customer implementations.
Blueprint senior vice president of corporate development, Martin Saipe, said Capgemini is a key part of the company's’ growth plan through the system integration channel.
“We are excited about this new resale capability and are expecting significant activity in the near-term,” he added.
Capgemini vice-president of global testing practice financial services, Anand Moorthy, said that the collaboration with Blueprint provides very robust requirements and documentation tools for customer implementations and internal product development.
“We can accelerate the requirements process for many of our customers because of pre-built, accelerator models that are refined over time, incorporating best practices which we then deploy in selected projects. Rather than creating new custom requirements for each project from scratch, we are able to be more prescriptive in our delivery helping our customers manage costs and lock-in quality.”