Capgemini reported the appointment of Patrick Nicolet to Chief Technology Officer (CTO), accountable for the technology and development plan for the Group. Patrick additionally keeps on being an individual from the Group Executive Board.
“Notwithstanding an enthusiasm for technology, Patrick’s amazing reputation of specialty unit and operational administration at Capgemini implies he conveys an abundance of experience to the part of Group CTO,” remarks Paul Hermelin, Chairman and CEO, Capgemini Group. “In this position, Patrick will lead and shape Capgemini’s technology and development motivation to fortify the Group’s administration in that area, guaranteeing that our customers will be furnished with a powerful technology guide to address their business needs, a key mainstay of our development methodology.”
Expanding upon the Group’s advances and achievements in its customer driven Applied Innovation procedure, Lanny Cohen goes up against the part of Chief Innovation Officer. Concentrating on Capgemini’s general development command, driving the outline and getting ready for all inclusive advancement activities, and directing the worldwide Applied Innovation Exchange (AIE) stage including its 16 exchanges, this move expands and additionally strengthens Capgemini’s sense of duty regarding its customers’ advancement needs. Lanny proceeds as an individual from the Group Executive Committee.
Patrick Nicolet’s Biography:
Most as of late, from January 2016, Patrick made the Group’s Competitiveness Program where he regrouped Delivery, Industrialization, Procurement and Internal IT into a solitary stage to create huge profitability funds over the association. He additionally regulated Capgemini’s India activities since the IGATE securing, guaranteeing a fruitful coordination of 30,000 IGATE partners with a current 60,000 Capgemini India associates.
Between January 2011 and December 2015, Patrick was the CEO of Infrastructure Services and Executive pioneer for directing Capgemini’s activities in Latin America.
Patrick was named CEO of Nordic and Central Europe Application Services in 2009. He joined Capgemini in 2000 and held huge parts conveying business improvement/business change as the Sales Director for Capgemini’s Telecom and Media business and in this way, as the Group Sales Director.
Patrick started his profession as the General Manager of the principal Swiss private-open organization to build up a hatchery, technology exchange administrations and a science stop. He at that point functioned as an autonomous turnaround chief for a few European mechanical organizations following which he turned into an accomplice at the Corporate Recovery routine with regards to Ernst and Young Consulting, Switzerland.
Patrick graduated with a degree in Law from the University of Lausanne in 1984 as major of his advancement. He was regarded in 1993 as Global Leader for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum.