Capgemini and Inland Revenue win coveted Gold MCA Award for Outsourcing

| Press release

Capgemini UK plc (“Capgemini”) and the Inland Revenue have been awarded the prestigious 2005 Gold Management Consultancies Association Award for Outsourcing.

The MCA awards identify the best case study in each of the categories it considers. Each case study outlines how the organisation, in the private or public sector, has achieved a significant improvement in performance with the help of a management consultancy firm.

In the Outsourcing category, the judges commended Capgemini and the Inland Revenue on a number of points, which included the successful transfer of services and the introduction of innovative new working methods such as the ‘global ecosystem’. This approach is an excellent example of collaborative working as it enabled partners such as Fujitsu Services, BT Global Services and hundreds of technology vendors to work together effectively.

Martin Cook CEO of Capgemini’s Aspire division, said: “Winning awards is always an opportunity to celebrate,” he said, “but when the award is a recognition from our industry peers, it is a real source of pride for the company and a big vote of confidence in our people. This award is a recognition of Capgemini’s collaborative approach working with our people, our client and our key partners. Fujitsu Services were a big part in the success, and our thanks to them.”


For further information, please contact:

Michelle Perkins
Tel: +44 (0) 870 904 5688

Jennie Laird
Capgemini UK plc
Tel: +44 (0) 870 904 5720

About the Capgemini Group
Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of Consulting, Technology and Outsourcing services, has a unique way of working with its clients, which it calls the Collaborative Business Experience. Through commitment to mutual success and the achievement of tangible value, the company helps businesses implement growth strategies, leverage technology, and thrive through the power of collaboration. Capgemini employs approximately 60,000 people worldwide and reported 2004 global revenues of 6,291 million euros. More information about individual service lines, offices and research is available at