Capgemini names new A/NZ CEO


By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Monday, 24 February, 2014


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Consulting, technology and outsourcing services provider Capgemini has promoted Deepak Nangia to the role of CEO of its Australian and New Zealand operations.

Nangia was formerly managing director for industry sectors and marketing for Australia and New Zealand. He joined Capgemini in 2009.

Nangia replaces Paul Thorley, who has been CEO of the regional operations for the last eight years. Thorley is leaving the position to take a senior leadership role in Capgemini's APAC business.

The France-based Capgemini group last week reported a 25% increase in 2013 profit to around $677 million (€442 million). But revenue declined to €10.1 billion from €10.3 billion.

Capgemini has operations in 44 countries. The company employs around 131,000 people worldwide, up from 125,000 in 2012. Around 58,000 of these work outside of France.

Pictured: Capgemini CEO Australia and New Zealand Deepak Nangia.

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