Capgemini wins at EMC World 2014 awards

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Paris — Capgemini, one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has announced the receipt of two prestigious awards at EMC® World in Las Vegas. Capgemini was awarded the new EMC Global Federation award and the IIG (Information Intelligence Group) EMEA Partner of the Year award.
The Global Federation award marks the continuous high level of investment in the EMC Federation, both financially and in terms of resources through IP and people. It also recognises Capgemini’s work with key partners around standardisation on EMC technologies across its data centres.
The IIG award was given in recognition of Capgemini’s successful collaboration with EMC in EMEA, especially in France and in the UK. In France, the award acknowledged Capgemini and EMC’s strong partnership with key customers, while in the UK, Capgemini was recognised for joint success with EMC on its Case-as-a-Service (CaaS) solution, particularly showcased in the public sector. CaaS is a ready-to-run, pay-per-use solution that builds fully customised, cloud-enabled case management applications. Its aim is to help public and private organisations enhance customer service, drive efficiencies and reduce costs and risks.
Charlie Li, Senior Vice President and Head of Global Channels and Partners from Capgemini said: "We are delighted to once again receive recognition from one of our key global partners. These awards show the breadth and depth of commitment we have to our strategic partnership across the entire federation of EMC companies and our dedication to technology co-innovation."

Capgemini has to date won four awards this year across the EMC Federation, including the EMC IIG EMEA Industry Outstanding Solution Innovation award for its Enterprise Archive solution, and the VMware Consulting and Integration Partner of the Year award.

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