Capgemini & Microsoft
Founded in 1975, Microsoft is a worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realise their full potential. Since 1997, Capgemini and Microsoft have had a Global Strategic Partnership covering all Capgemini locations across five continents.
Capgemini and Microsoft work together to help clients develop and implement powerful integrated solutions on the Microsoft platform. Our solution portfolio embodies both financial services and technology-specific solutions. Clients can benefit from the latest Microsoft enterprise technologies including Windows Server, Office System (including SharePoint), SQL Server, Performance Point Server and .NET software including BizTalk and Visual Studio Team Services and Office 365. Capgemini has more than 9,500 people across the globe trained in Microsoft technologies.
Capgemini Financial Services has a Strategic Partnership with Microsoft. We are developing a number of financial services solutions for leading banks, insurers, and capital markets firms that include:
- Multi-channel solutions
- Bank credit risk solution
- Solvency II modelling solutions
Capgemini Financial Services and Microsoft also work with a number of technology partners who offer financial services solutions on the Microsoft platform:
- Figlo Personal Finance Application Solutions
- Five Degrees for Online Banking Solutions
- Temenos Core Banking Applications
You can learn more details about Capgemini's Global Strategic Partnership with Microsoft and Capgemini's full range of offerings or read articles from Capgemini Financial Services experts in Microsoft Finance on Windows.
Jojy Matthews, Financial Services Business Information Management, examines the best strategy for financial firms looking to operationalise an integrated data quality programme.
André Cichowlas, Financial Services Chief Technology Officer, outlines his perspective on how much financial institutions can gain from hybrid cloud models, where businesses use a mix of on-premise and cloud-based software and services.
Pierre-Yves Glever, Financial Services Multi-Channel Practice Leader, comments on how consumers are using web technologies to meet their needs.
"Comparison tools allow Internet consumers to home in on the exact product they want, and this is a radical change. In the past, a branch teller could promote products to the consumer. Today, the consumer leads the interaction and is a much more mature and independent buyer. Consumers are more aware of their buying choices and look for added value. The consumer also has complete control over the time, place and channel of the interaction."