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IT's At The Airport

Last month, I helped coordinate a BCS London seminar about the role of IT in the airport and air travel industry, and as you might imagine it proved a very popular topic, complete with sold out venue and 4 expert IT practitioners from one of the world’s busiest hub airport. 441 more words


Reaching For The Summit

When you say the word summit, what do you think of?  For me, it is a book; specifically, Let My People Go Surfing by Patagonia’s founder, Yvon Chouinard. 392 more words


Did Capgemeni pay too much for iGate?

Hello folks,

I first published this article on The Market Mogul under the title “Did Capgemini pay too much?– http://themarketmogul.com/did-capgemeni-pay-too-much/

Cappgemini, the IT services company, recently announced that it would acquire iGATE for $4 billion, financed by debt ($2 billion), equity ($600 million) and cash. 418 more words

Technology-enabled solutions and North America expansion through the iGate acquisition is Capgemini’s formula for long-term growth

by Elitsa Bakalova, Senior Analyst

Innovation across the value chain and the iGate acquisition will help Capgemini sustain revenue growth in the next several years… 522 more words


Capgemini to acquire IGATE

Capgemini and IGATE have entered into a definitive merger agreement under which Capgemini will acquire IGATE for a cash consideration of $48 per share. The transaction will amount to $4.0 billion and is expected to be immediately accretive to Capgemini’s normalized Earnings per Share (EPS). 237 more words


As April earnings approach, Capgemini breaches the North America frontier

By Patrick M. Heffernan, Principal Analyst, and Stephanie Artigliere, Analyst

TBR perspective

When Capgemini presents its quarterly earnings on April 29, TBR will be looking for insights in the following areas: 1,117 more words