On November 19th, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly officially opened the new headquarters of Capgemini, a global business and technology transformation firm located at Cairo Festival City. With 55 years of experience, Capgemini specializes in cloud infrastructure technologies, data analytics, artificial intelligence, software development, and digital engineering to meet various business needs.
According to Aiman Ezzat, CEO of Capgemini Group, the company’s new Egyptian headquarters is designed to accommodate up to 1600 employees and support its growth in the region. The facility features state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge technology that will enable the company to deliver innovative solutions to its clients.
In his speech during the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Prime Minister Madbouly highlighted the importance of foreign investment in Egypt’s economic development and praised Capgemini’s commitment to investing in the country. He also emphasized Egypt’s potential as a hub for business innovation and technology, attracting companies like Capgemini that are at the forefront of these sectors.
Capgemini has been operating in Egypt since 2014 and has established itself as a leading provider of IT services in the region. With its expertise in cloud computing, data analytics, and digital engineering, it has helped numerous businesses transform their operations and achieve their goals. As part of its continued growth strategy in Africa and the Middle East, Capgemini is committed to investing in talent development and innovation across all aspects of its business.