The Capgemini Enterprise iPaaS: A technical integration service for major programs

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With a significant heritage in providing value-added services to clients migrating their infrastructure, platforms and application portfolios to cloud delivery models, it’s perhaps no surprise that Capgemini would look to create a Digital Integration Platform offering. What’s perhaps more of a surprise is the way this offering works.

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A Digital Integration Platform from an unexpected source

Capgemini provides a range of consulting, technology and outsourcing services to over 6,000 clients – employing around 190,000 people and operating in over 40 countries. For some years now, it’s been offering clients a portfolio of services to help them maximise the benefits and minimise the risks associated with cloud platform adoption.

With this background in providing value-added services to clients migrating their infrastructure, platforms and application portfolios to cloud delivery models, it’s perhaps no surprise that Capgemini would look to create a Digital Integration Platform offering. What’s perhaps more of a surprise is the way this offering works.

Consider the Capgemini Enterprise iPaaS if you’re engaged in a large, long-term, IT-led cloud migration program

The Capgemini Enterprise iPaaS is not like most other Digital Integration Platforms. There’s no attempt at all to court ‘citizen integrators’, for one thing. This is a platform for modern development teams pursuing modern devops practices, designed to give those teams a ‘leg up’ in integrating cloud-based and on-premises systems.

We expect that most organisations adopting the Capgemini Enterprise iPaaS will already be clients of Capgemini, working with it on long-term, cloud-related IT transformation initiatives – here, the Capgemini Enterprise iPaaS will provide a useful way to drive business outcomes from cloud migrations (and new cloud-based application delivery projects) more quickly.

Capgemini: adding value to its cloud services through integration

Capgemini’s heritage

Capgemini started life in 1967 as Sogeti. Following acquisitions of CAP and Gemini Computer Systems in the 1970s the company took on a variation of its current name; acquisitions of Hoskyns (1990), Ernst & Young Consulting (2000) and a variety of other technology services firms followed.

The company now employs around 190,000 people and operates in over 40 countries, providing consulting, technology and outsourcing services to over 6,000 clients. Revenues in 2016 totalled EUR 12.5bn.


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