Capgemini considers blockchain as a part of their distributed ledger technology practice, which is part of their consulting practice. The practice is global in nature and has a mix of dedicated technical and business/consulting practitioners. The ability to bring in these domain consultants on engagements has helped them establish some good engagements.
Capgemini has significant emphasis on the banking, financial services and insurance industries where they have co-developed various use cases and solutions resulting in some key client engagements. It has also developed use cases in the manufacturing industry using co-innovation and co-development models.
Capgemini has seen a fair amount of growth in terms of clients and practice size, and are accelerating further by farming their strong consulting relationships with global clients and initiating and transitioning more projects from POC to Production stage.
Capgemini is continuing work on developing reusable assets such as industry specific prototypes, solution accelerators and tools for blockchain development, deployment and integration. They are also expanding beyond banking and insurance and developing more use cases and industry specific solutions in other industries such as manufacturing, retail and CPG.
Capgemini is developing a robust partnership network with enterprises, technology companies and start ups. It is working with these companies in different engagement models such as co-investment led co-innovation.
While Capgemini has platform partnerships with key distributed ledger platforms (Hyperledger, Ethereum, Corda etc.), it is currently the member of only the Hyperledger consortium.
Capgemini does a fair amount of thought leadership activities for clients and prospects and continues to increase its awareness in the market by seeking more forums of industry interaction.
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