Capgemini procures Australia-based RXP Services

CioreviewIndia Team | Friday, 26 March 2021, 10:56 IST

CapgeminiCapgemini announced today that it has completed the acquisition of RXP Services. With the addition of more than 550 professionals, the deal enlarges Capgemini’s operations in Australia. The acquisition by way of scheme of arrangement was approved by the requisite majorities of RXP Services shareholders and by the Federal Court of Australia.

The combined strength and capabilities of Capgemini and RXP Services in Australia will strengthen Capgemini’s ability to provide end to end digital solutions to clients across the region at scale. This acquisition reinforces Capgemini’s strategic partnerships with Microsoft, ServiceNow and Salesforce.

Olaf Pietschner, CEO for Capgemini in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East and member of the Group Executive Committee states, “RXP’s experience in delivering data and cloud solutions for a wide range of complex businesses will enable further expansion of Capgemini’s offerings in Australia and New Zealand. Their extensive expertise and knowledge further deepen our networks and capabilities to meet the anticipated growth in demand for digital services and we are delighted to welcome

Ross Fielding, Chief Executive Officer, RXP Services, states, “Bringing together our two organizations not only opens a world of opportunity for RXP’s people, it also accelerates Capgemini’s ambitious plan for growth across the region. Leveraging our combined capabilities will be hugely positive for our people, our business and our clients.”

In addition, RXP’s creative agency, The Works, will open a new chapter for Capgemini in Australia, accompanying the capabilities of Capgemini Create to enable the design and delivery of end to end amazing and distinguished digital experiences for clients. Together, Capgemini and RXP will employ over 2000 people. The combined team will focus on accelerating digital transformation for businesses across industries locally, offering capabilities in strategy and transformation, application and technology, and operations and engineering

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