Capgemini University wins a string of Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards for outstanding learning programmes in 2014

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Best-in-class learning programmes recognised in four award categories
Paris – Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has scooped a series of awards, in the Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards 2014, for accomplishments in delivering high quality learning programmes aimed at supporting the company’s transformation and growth.  Capgemini University has been recognised in four award categories which will be formally announced at the 2014 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards at the Human Capital Management (HMC) Excellence Conference 2015 held on January 28-30, 2015 in the United States.
The Brandon Hall Group Awards are a prestigious set of awards in the learning industry and were the first of their kind for learning, pioneered back in 1995. The awards recognise companies that have successfully developed and deployed the best programs, strategies, modules, processes, systems, and tools that have delivered measurable results.

Capgemini University has been awarded the “Best Use of Games and Simulations for Learning”, “Best Leadership Development Programme”, “Best Learning Team”, and “Best in Extended Enterprise Learning Programme“ for SAP Learning Hub.

"We are very happy to present Capgemini University with the Brandon Hall Group Excellence awards to recognise consistent performance in delivering high quality learning programmes for its employees. We were impressed by Capgemini’s commitment towards instilling leadership values and a business driven performance approach to its employees’ development through managed learning programmes." Rachel Cooke, Chief Operating Officer of Brandon Hall Group.

Steven Smith, Corporate Vice President and Director of Capgemini University said: "We are extremely proud to be honoured by Brandon Hall Group with this series of awards which acknowledge our dedication to align our learning programmes with Capgemini’s overall business priorities and growth strategy. Our goal is to provide our employees with a variety of advanced learning modules that further develop their capabilities and in turn enable them to exceed client expectations."

Capgemini University designs best-in-class learning programmes to nurture employee talent and develop innovative service offerings within the wider Capgemini Group.

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