IT consulting and outsourcing provider, Capgemini, has opened a new office in Canberra.
Officially opened by ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of France, His Excellency Stephane Romatet, the new office is expected to provide better consultancy support and services for the public sector and its clients in the ACT.
Capgemini Australia and New Zealand CEO, Paul Thorley, sees the new Canberra office as part of part of the company’s continual investment in the Australian public sector.
“As an innovative and collaborative technology partner, we look forward to a closer partnership with our clients and other prospective agencies looking to advance their organisational outcomes,” he said.
He also expects the increased presence in Canberra to give Capgemini a bigger opportunity to deal with government agencies.
Comprehensive consulting, technology and outsourcing capabilities to our federal government clients will be offered by the Canberra office, as well as greater access to global best practices in areas such as tax, welfare and public security.
Some of the features of the new office include an Accelerated Solutions Environment (ASE), which is designed to look for solutions to complex problems involving multiple stakeholders in record time.
Various agencies have already made use of ASE in the past, and Capgemini anticipates the collaboration studio to bring a higher level of productivity and efficiency for programs that the company is involved with.