Capgemini expands presence in India with a new 5000-strong facility in Bangalore

24th January 2015
Capgemini expands presence in India with a new 5000-strong facility in Bangalore
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah cuts the ribbon to open the new Capgemini centre in Bangalore, January 20 2015. The company's , India CEO Aruna Jayanthi is at extreme left, while Bangalore head Natarajan Radhakrishnan is at extreme right.

Bangalore, January 24, 2015: France-headquartered Global consulting, technology and outsourcing services leader, Capgemini,  has opened new  46000 sq m -- 5000 seat facility at Whitefield, Bangalore.  
The new is  geared to offer an array of service offerings including Application Development & Management (ADM), Infrastructure Services, BPO and Consulting Services. These services will be delivered to Capgemini’s global customers based in US and Europe from across different industry verticals such as consumer products, retail, financial services, manufacturing and automobiles. The new facility will also house Innovation labs to showcase the company’s industry (vertical) capabilities as well as technology capabilities.
Karnataka state Chief Minister of Karnataka,  Siddaramaiah inaugurated the facility earlier this week, with  CapGemini;s India CEO Aruna Jayanthi,  Bangalore Centre Head, Natarajan Radhakrishnan  and the French Consul General, Bangalore Eric Lavertu, present.
Said Jayanthi: “Bangalore has been one of our growth centres where we currently have over 18000 employees spread across 4 different offices. With the launch of new facility in Bangalore, we continue to expand our footprints in strategic areas by leveraging the immense skilled talent pool available in the biggest IT hub of the country. The facility further reinforces the commitment of Capgemini group in India.”
Capgemini in India is over 50,000 people strong across nine cities (Mumbai, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata and Chennai - Trichy and Salem).  Globally the company has140,000 people in over 40 countries.