Capgemini to employ around 1,500 people in the United States

French IT services & consulting company, Capgemini has announced that it is planning to open a new distribution center in Nashville in 2022. The center is expected to help the firm’s expansion at its sites in Columbia & Houston, further advancing its solution delivery, better serving clients and developing talent.

As per sources, the company’s recent investment is estimated to create approximately 1,500 new jobs in domains of high-value and fast-growing tech domains like artificial intelligence, cloud, custom software development, digital customer experience and data.

Jim Bailey, CEO Americas at Capgemini and Group Executive Board Member, said that the launch of Capgemini’s new delivery center is a breakthrough moment that will constantly support the acceleration of its business in the United States.

He claims that a lot of rich talent, along with strong accessibility and an excellent network of local colleges and universities, is available in the Nashville area.

This will certainly offer opportunities for the firm to further assist its partners and clients. This investment marks to firm’s continuous commitment to serve its clients in major markets at every stage of their digital transformation journey, added Mr. Bailey.

Tennessee Governor, Bill Lee, said that in recent years, Middle Tennessee has outperformed national technology job growth rates and is expected to continue this course for the years to come.

The region is constantly attracting people working in technology around the nation and training skilled workforce. He is thrilled to welcome Capgemini to Tennessee as they will provide new jobs to Nashville.

Capgemini already has delivery centers in the United States, including the Advanced Technology Development Center in Columbia, SC, which was introduced in 2018 and created hundreds of employments in the area, and the Software Development Center in Houston, TX.

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