The 2011 acquisition of Prosodie highlighted Capgemini’s ambition to develop services based on intellectual property and invoiced on a pay-as-you-go basis. Today, the new Prosodie-Capgemini brand proposes “front office” solutions for all of the Group’s global markets.
For Georges Croix, Prosodie’s outgoing Chairman and CEO: “the rationale behind Prosodie’s decision to link-up with the Capgemini Group was complementary offers and market positioning. Our expertise in high value-added cloud services is a strong asset for the Group. I’m sure it will underpin Prosodie’s international growth, while drawing fully on the synergies that will enable it to respond even more effectively to the needs of the Group’s major clients.”
Newly appointed Nicolas Aidoud said: “i am proud to be taking over as head of Prosodie-Capgemini, whose front-office offers are a perfect match for the Capgemini Group’s strategy to develop new business models. I will be focusing on developing collaboration with the whole Group, and in showcasing Prosodie-Capgemini’s proprietary solutions on the global stage.”
Aged 42, Nicolas holds a Masters in Mathematics from Paris Dauphine University. He first joined Capgemini Consulting, the Capgemini Group’s strategic consulting arm, in 1996, becoming associate director in 2006. In 2006, he was appointed CEO for France of Carat, an independent media consulting and advertising agency. He returned to Capgemini in 2010 to head up the development of new offers. In June 2012, he was given responsibility for Prosodie’s international development.
Executive committee members:
Nicolas Pauquet, HR Director
Ronan Souberbielle, Head of Front Office Solutions business unit
Stéphane Moissette, Head of Technical Resources & Innovation business unit
Jérôme Chavoix, Head of Front Office Platform business unit
Philippe Chevalier, CFO
Damián Pascual Boixader, CEO Prosodie Iberica
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