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Pensions Regulator hires Capgemini to deploy £2.4m document management system

Last week Capgemini announced a contract with the Pensions Regulator to provide a case and document management solution to meet automatic enrolment needs.

The deal is worth £2.4 million over seven years. You can read the full press release here.

ComputerWorld UK covered the story: Pensions regulator hires Capgemini to deploy £2.4m document management system - The Pensions Regulator  has awarded outsourcer Capgemini a seven year £2.4 million contract to implement and support an integrated case and document management system.

The news was also picked up

Chris Gravestock, Account Director, Capgemini, said: “We are very pleased to be working with The Pensions Regulator on this important project, and are delighted that we have been able to deploy a solution that enabled us to demonstrate how we could mobilise and begin to deliver value quickly using Agile techniques.” 

Capgemini's Case-as-a-Service solution improves case management with greater transparency and compliance, enabling public and private organisations to enhance service, drive efficiencies and reduce costs and risks. Watch our video 'The Life of Paper' (3m32s)

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Tom Barton
Tom Barton
Tom’s career in communications spans 20 years in the consulting, telecommunications and music industries. He joined Capgemini in 2005 and led the merging of PR, web communications and internal communications into one team. This recognised the convergence of channels and platforms that support an effective communications programme for external and internal audiences. Before joining Capgemini, Tom was global head of media relations at PA Consulting Group, marketing and communications director at his own record label, and had various internal and external communications roles at Cable & Wireless. He plays guitar, darts and cricket, and is still trying to do the Times crossword.

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