On November 19th, Capgemini, a business and technology transformation firm located at Cairo Festival City, officially opened its new headquarters. The French company, which has been in operation for 55 years, specializes in cloud infrastructure technologies, data, artificial intelligence, software, and digital engineering to address various business needs. According to Capgemini Group CEO Aiman Ezzat, the new Egyptian headquarters is designed to house up to 1600 employees.
The event was attended by Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly who cut the ribbon at the new headquarters. He praised the efforts of Capgemini in Egypt and expressed his confidence in the company’s continued growth and success. “Capgemini’s presence in Egypt is a testament to our country’s potential for innovation and entrepreneurship,” said Madbouly.
Capgemini has been operating in Egypt since 2008 and has since become one of the leading technology companies in the country. With its expertise in cloud infrastructure technologies and data analytics, Capgemini helps businesses transform their operations and stay competitive in today’s fast-paced business environment. “We are excited about the opportunity to continue serving our clients and contributing to Egypt’s economic growth,” said Ezzat.
The new headquarters is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities that will enable Capgemini to expand its operations and meet the growing demand for its services. The company plans to invest heavily in training and development programs for its employees to ensure that they have the skills needed to meet the challenges of an increasingly digital economy.