Capgemini recognised in the Winner’s circle by HfS Research for procurement services

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Paris, 3 July 2015, Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, today announced that it has been recognised in the Winner’s Circle in the HfS Blueprint Report: procurement services. The report shows a significant rise in Capgemini’s positioning from 2013 and highlights its expertise as one of the leading Procurement service providers in the industry.
According to the HfS Research report, Capgemini is positioned in the “Winner’s circle” based on the level of client satisfaction, efficiency of the delivery teams in executing new approach and ideas “for optimising and enhancing procurement” and its “horizontal capabilities in Finance and Accounting and Supply Chain services.”
 
Christopher Stancombe, CEO of BPO and member of the Group Executive Committee at Capgemini said: “We have shown strong growth since 2013 particularly expanding our global footprint in Procurement services . We are delighted that the HfS report recognises our positioning and capabilities to respond to customer challenges. Capgemini’s Operational Procurement as a stack is at the core of our Procurement Services which help customers keep pace with changing market dynamics. Our procurement services also draw on the technologies and applications from the IBX Business Network, which have delivered successful results in sourcing and procurement by maximising efficiency and reducing costs.”
 
The HfS report cites Capgemini as an “emerging Procurement as a service provider with a strong procurement technology offering as part of the services stack.” Capgemini’s BPO procurement services enable organisations in achieving business value by streamlining daily operations leading to improved efficiency and cost optimisation. Capgemini’s Global Procurement Operating Centres (GPOC) across the world contributes in providing world class services with the help of multilingual experts supporting global procurement functions.

HfS Research Ltd.: “Blueprint Report: Procurement, June 18 2015” 

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