Capgemini University is awarded a series of Excellence in Learning Awards 2013, by Brandon Hall

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Paris – Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, today announced that its University has been awarded a series of Excellence in Learning awards. This significant achievement comes in recognition of Capgemini’s commitment and ability to provide learning programs in line with the company’s strategy, priorities and client expectations.
The Brandon Hall Awards are a prestigious set of awards in the learning industry and were first of its kind for learning, pioneered back in 1995. The award recognises the best companies that have successfully developed and deployed programs, strategies, modules, processes, systems, and tools that have helped them achieve measurable results.
 
Capgemini announced that its University has won awards for "Best Use of Virtual Worlds for Learning", "Best in Compliance Training" and "Best Use of Blended Learning". Last year Capgemini won three awards.
 
Steven Smith, Director for Capgemini Group University said: "Winning recognition from our peers is a true acknowledgment of our ability to deliver excellence.  Brandon Hall is especially important to us as it focuses on virtual delivery – a particular area where we want to ensure we bring excellence to the business and to our participants."

Capgemini University plays a key role in the quality of the Group’s offerings and its competitiveness.

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