2014 Annual Report
Capgemini enables its
clients to rise to their business challenges

Behind the key figures,
Highlights of 2014 at Capgemini


Performance and awards

Strong increase in results

Find out more about our financial performance

Revenue evolution


Breakdown of revenuesBy businessBy sectorBy geography

Capgemini Consulting
Application services
Other managed
Local Professional Services (Sogeti)
Public Sector
Financial Services
(Insurance and Banking)
Retail, Distribution &
Energy, Utilities &
Telecom, Media &
North America
United Kingdom and Ireland
Rest of Europe
Asia Pacific &
Latin America

Talent at work for our clients

Find out more about Capgemini's talents

Evolution of the number of our employees


Geographical breakdown

North America0Europe0Asia-Pacific0Latin America0Middle East
& Africa0
North America
Latin America
Middle East
& Africa

Numerous awards in 2014

This year once again, Capgemini received many tokens of recognition from its technology partners and analysts. And also from leading CR&S (Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability) bodies.

Find out more about our awards



10.6 Mds€
2014 Revenue
€ 970 Mn
Operating margin
€ 668 Mn
Free cash-flow
Number of employees
The number of new hires in 2014
41% of them graduates

Interview with Paul Hermelin

“This year, thanks to the trust of our clients and our shareholders, and to the commitment of our employees, we have met or exceeded all our objectives.”

Paul HERMELIN, Chairman and CEO of Capgemini

To know more about the governance of the Group,
as of May 6, 2015

Helping our clients

Economic uncertainty, global competition, digital revolution, strong interdependence of business and technology...

Companies operate today in an increasingly complex environment, which is also full of promise. To stay at the top in such a landscape depends on meeting one key challenge: combine competitiveness and innovation.

How? By anticipating market changes and offering quality products and services at the lowest cost; Capgemini has found the right equation to help boost our clients’ business performance. This winning equation of competition and innovation ensures more agility, more security, closer relations with their own customers, and greater productivity.

Capgemini helps businesses become:

More agile+00%

Time saved through DevOps on certain phases of the life cycle of IT projects (test, environment management, deployment, etc.)(1).

More secure$00 Mn/year

Estimated average increase in cost generated by cyberattacks for the studied companies, up 10.4% in 2014.(2).

More intimate00 days

Today, it takes just nine days to generate the equivalent of all the data created by mankind before the year 2000.(3).

More productive+00%

Made possible by the Digital Manufacturing, predictive and preventive maintenance will save 30% productivity.(4).

(1) DevOps is a package of technologies and methodologies that brings together the different teams in charge of conception, development and operations. The objective is to accelerate application development and updates
(2) Source: “2014 Global Report on the Cost of Cybercrime” Ponemon Institute, October 2014.
(3) Source: taken from the IDC study “The digital universe in 2020”
(4) Source: report on “The Fourth Industrial Revolution” published by Sogeti

Find out more about how Capgemini makes companies:

 More agile More secure More intimate More productive

Think ahead

“Innovation and competitiveness are clearly now the two pillars of our growth strategy.”

Charlène LI, Founder and CEO of Altimeter

A broad range of studies, at the forefront of ideas and innovation

Each year Capgemini publishes around 200 industry studies and thematic reports worldwide. To benefit from in-depth analysis and understanding of the major technological and economic changes, check out our 2014 selection.

Find out more about our publications

Innovation of all kinds

What exactly is innovation? How does it help in winning market share? How does Capgemini help its clients to get to know and adopt the latest technology? Check out our answers in this video

Watch the videos
Over 200

Capgemini at a glance

Capgemini at a glance

Ever since it was founded 48 years ago, Capgemini has been at the forefront of helping companies to transform themselves, by combining innovation and competitiveness. Today we compete in the Champions League of global players. How did we get there? Thanks to several unique capabilities that make all the difference.

A promise that expresses our brand philosophy
People matter, results count.
A unique way of workingThe Collaborative Business Experience TM - Rightshore®
143,650 employees in more than 40 countries
Expertise in six strategic sectors
Energy, Utilities & Chemicals - Financial Services (Insurance and Banking) - Industry - Public Sector - Retail, Distribution & Transportation - Telecom, Media & Entertainment
Revenue €10.573 billion
Net result €580 million
Net cash €1.218 billion
Free cash flow €668 million
7 values shared shared since the company’s creation in 1967
honesty - boldness - trust - freedom - team spirit - modesty - fun
7 strategic alliances
EMC2, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce.com, SAP
A wide range of cutting-edge expertise for all our clients
Consulting - Digital - Customer Experience - Application Services - Other Managed Services
The Collaborative Business Experience™
Listen, create, challenge...this is how we work collaboratively everyday with our clients.
Rightshore® delivery model
A unique advantage that gives our clients the right resources in the right place, at the right time.

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A feast for the eyes for 27 years!

Every year since 1987 Capgemini has selected contemporary artists of different nationalities to illustrate our annual report. For 2014, 12 works were selected: paintings, wall sculptures, street art...a feast for the eyes.

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Performance and awards

Strong increase in results

“In 2014 we met or exceeded all the goals we had set: operating margin increased 0.7 percentage points to 9.2%, the net result was up 31% and organic free cash flow was €668 million. The net result has more than doubled in four years.”

Aiman Ezzat : Executive Vice President Finance.


Net income (in millions of euros)

Net result (Group share) in 2014 totaled €580 million, up 31% compared to 2013. Earnings per share at 31 December 2014 were €3.55.

Net cash (in millions of euros)

Net cash and cash equivalents at December 31, 2014 amounted to €1,218 million.

Dividend per share (in euros)

Subject to shareholder approval at the annual General Meeting on May 6, 2015.

Capgemini Share Price

in euros, compared to the CAC 40 index, from January 1, 2013 to April 1, 2015

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Performance and awards

Talent at work for our clients

Recruitment: innovating in the battle to attract talent

The battle for top talent is raging in the world of IT. Capgemini developed a number of different initiatives to attract nearly 40,000 new recruits, including 16,000 graduates in 2014. Some examples: enhanced use of Linkedin, a video contest on Facebook for students in France, or also a major online game for software developers in India.

Plus a 3rd season of the Super Techies Show. This reality game was created in India and enables young professionals and students to address the technological challenges faced by large companies. This year’s participants came from six different countries.

To see all the episodes, go to the special page on YouTube.

Learning and Training: on the cutting edge of technology for our clients

Integrating new technologies, challenging convention, adopting new approaches were some of the methods Capgemini University invested deeply in during 2014, providing over three million hours of learning.
This resulted in greater convergence between online and face-to-face courses, and a total of 577 virtual sessions and MOOCs (Massive open online courses).

Face-to-face training also played a major role: the number of international campuses organized in our Les Fontaines center near Paris rose to 24 events in 2014. They help us address the key business issues of our clients.

Our investment in training was duly rewarded. Once again Capgemini University received accreditation in 2014 from the prestigious European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). This association comprises more than 800 members from academia, business and public services from 81 countries.

Strengthen today’s managers and nurture tomorrow’s

Capgemini’s leaders are at the forefront of the Group’s ongoing transformation. To be successful, they must have several key leadership qualities, such as knowing how to innovate, collaborate and manage change. This profile is updated regularly to ensure we continue to meet the challenges of our clients. Our tools to strengthen this leadership include an annual talent review, acceleration programs, and an enhanced career mobility policy.

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Performance and awards

Numerous awards in 2014

Distinctions awarded to Capgemini by analysts

  • IDC has positioned Capgemini as a Leader in the Business Analytics IT Consulting and Systems Integration Services 2014 MarketScape(1) ; and in the Worldwide Business Analytics BPO 2014 MarketScape(2).
  • Forrester has positioned Capgemini in the Leaders category in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Mobile App Services Providers – Large Providers, Q1 2015(3).
  • Gartner has positioned Capgemini as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for Finance and Accounting BPO*(4).
  • Forrester has positioned Capgemini in the Leaders category in the Global Infrastructure Outsourcing Wave™, Q1 2015(5).
  • Gartner has positioned Capgemini as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for Oracle Application Implementation Services, Worldwide*(6) and as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for SAP Application Management Service Providers, Worldwide*(7).
  • Ovum has positioned Capgemini as a Leader in the Decision Matrix report for Outsourced Testing Services(8)

(1) IDC: “IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Business Analytics Consulting and Systems Integration Services 2014 Vendor Assessment,” Ali Zaidi, May 2014
(2) IDC: “IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Business Analytics BPO 2014 Vendor Assessment,” Mukesh Dialani, July 2014
(3) “The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Mobile App Services Providers – Large Providers, Q1 2015,” Forrester Research Inc., March 5, 2015
(4) Gartner, Inc.: “Magic Quadrant for Finance and Accounting BPO,” Cathy Tornbohm, May 28, 2014
(5) “The Forrester Wave™: Global Infrastructure Outsourcing, Q1 2015, Forrester Research Inc., January 13, 2015
(6) Gartner, Inc.: “Magic Quadrant for Oracle Application Implementation Services,” Alex Soejarto, Susanne Matson, December 3, 2014
(7) Gartner, Inc.: “Magic Quadrant for SAP Application Management Service Providers, Worldwide,” Frances Karamouzis, Gilbert van der Heiden, Kris Doering, October 16, 2014
(8) Ovum: “Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting an Outsourced Testing Service Provider, 2014–2015,” Thomas Reuner, January 6, 2015

*  Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications express the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

Distinctions awarded by our technology partners

In 2014, Capgemini received a dozen awards from its technology partners. Among them: EMC2, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Pegasystems, Salesforce, SAP, Teradata and VMware.

Distinctions awarded by institutions of reference in CR&S

  • The Ethisphere Institute named Capgemini as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for the third consecutive year. Each year, this organization analyses companies from more than 100 countries across 36 industries.
  • Selected as a CDP Climate Change Performance Leader on the list established by the Carbon Disclosure Project Index. This international organization analyzes the impact of global companies on climate change.
  • ISO 14001 certification for Capgemini India, attesting to the performance of its “environmental management system”.

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Interview with Paul Hermelin

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Helping our clients

Make companies more agile


How to make better decisions and take actions faster


Gone are the days when the continuous improvement of business processes was enough to speed up decision-making and action-taking. Statistical tools and predictive simulations then helped anticipate the needs of clients and prospects. Today the ubiquity of mobile devices has made “immediacy” the new normal.

New challenge

Being able to anticipate the full range of possible outcomes with greater agility.


The Cloud is now the new go-to agility lever for businesses. It has many advantages, including a wide selection of software continuously available from anywhere; and pay-per-use flexibility.

In this market, Capgemini is positioned as an orchestrator by aggregating and integrating services for its clients. In 2014, the Group further strengthened its value added offering with pre-packaged solutions with its VMware technology partner. This enabled customers to choose the most appropriate services and suppliers for their needs, while the Group manages for them the multitude of providers involved in their cloud solution. This enables companies to concentrate on the essential business of value creation.

Two examples in 2014:

  • For Lloyd's Register (a UK marine insurer): renewal of the services and enterprise applications platform using a cloud solution. Key challenge: improve the relationship while reducing costs.
  • For PostNL, the Dutch postal company: support for the migration of more than 30 applications in the Microsoft public cloud (called Azure) and management of the cloud platform for the company. Benefits: costs were reduced by more than 20% and more flexible management of differences in mail volumes.

Another source of agility: new work methods to make its information systems more reactive. For instance, DevOps, used by Capgemini, brings together the design, development and operating teams. Aim: accelerate development and updates.

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Helping our clients

Make companies more secure


How to conduct a digital transformation as securely as possible


In just one year, the number of reported cyberattacks increased by 120% world¬wide. This figure probably underestimates the real problem, with many cases going unreported. The attacks are also becoming much more dangerous.

New challenge

Protect information systems by taking advantage of increasingly sophisticated security technology.


In early 2015, Capgemini launched Cybersecurity, a new global offering. It incorporates a new solution called “Anomalous Behavior Detection” that enables the Group's clients to shift from passive defense to proactive systems. Developed by Capgemini and its partner Pivotal, it can detect abnormal traffic compared to average volumes that usually move through enterprise information systems. This is the most sophisticated response to the most sophisticated IT threats.

2 questions to Franck Greverie, Director of Capgemini global Cybersecurity service line
  • What are the advantages of the Capgemini’s cybersecurity solution?
    Our ambition is to position ourselves as the world leader in cybersecurity services with three advantages: use of the latest technology, a high level of quality delivered using industrialized solutions, and finally, the world-wide adoption of security standards to ensure that the cybersecurity of our customers is the same everywhere.

    Of our 2,500 cybersecurity experts, some have developed skills as “defenders” and others as attackers and intrusion testing specialists to gain a full view of the risks and how to manage them. Furthermore, 80% of attacks around the world are made through applications. That is why the first bundled offer we are launching worldwide is dedicated to application security testing.
  • What advice do you have for company leaders when it comes to assessing their company’s security?
    First ask if your company has tested the security of its applications and its information system. Then, whether it has a cybersecurity surveillance system to detect and respond to attacks, which is currently the case for fewer than 5% of companies. Finally, make sure your company carefully manages information system network administrators, as they play a critical role in security.

Find out more about Cybersecurity

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Helping our clients

Make companies more intimate


How to anticipate consumer expectations


The widespread use of mobile devices is generating a deep and lasting change in consumer behavior. They expect immediate answers and also demand increasingly personalized services.

New challenge

Making the most of big data without being overtaken by new entrants with disruptive business models.


In one year, Capgemini has significantly enhanced its capacity to make big data a source of growth for its customers. The Insights & Data package, for example, offers a complete methodology to quickly transform data into decision making. The Group also expanded its Business Data Lake solution - developed with Pivotal and Informatica partners - enabling employees to leverage data on an individual basis.
With its Cloudera ally, Capgemini has also designed two new products to facilitate the implementation of its clients’ big data projects. The first - Cybersecurity - offers a complete range of services: consulting, protecting all systems (IT, manufacturing, connected objects) and monitoring device 24/7. The second - Insights & Data – takes an operational approach to the big, fast data.

Check out the findings of the study on Big & Fast Data: The Rise of Insight-Driven Business conducted by Capgemini and EMC2 (March 2015).

Find out more about Insights & Data

On the Internet of Things, Capgemini is jointly innovating with its clients so that innovations quickly translate into business benefits. Sogeti High Tech, a 100% subsidiary of Capgemini, is for example developing techniques for the collection and aggregation of data from sensors embedded in equipment. 200 prototypes of connected object solutions have been created in the last two years.

Capgemini helps automotive manufacturers develop new services for drivers

Capgemini is working on pilot projects for smart vehicles with several leading manufacturers, including two major European brands. The aim is to leverage the data transmitted and received by smart cars to design new personalized services (navigation aid or assistance in case of emergency). In early 2015 the Group launched 2015 AutomotiveConnect, a solution that allows the data generated by vehicles and their drivers to be aggregated with external information already derived from big data. Value: enable manufacturers and car dealers to access a much more granular understanding of their customers’ needs.
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Helping our clients

Make companies more productive


How to stay one step ahead.


Go faster, while doing just as well or better. This age-old quest has taken on a new twist with the digital revolution. Technology has reduced the barriers to entry in many markets. For traditional players, the issue is no longer simply being more productive to reduce costs and increase competitiveness.

New challenge

Build on digital transformation to keep one step ahead and maintain your leadership.


Capgemini has launched a new Digital Manufacturing offering. The goal is to support our industrial and energy clients on their journey towards digitizing 100% of their production facilities and processes. While ERP tools (managing business processes) and PLM (production line management) are now widely deployed, new digital technologies are capable of delivering new levels of performance in many fields.
For example, only by digitizing the entire development and industrialization chain for a product is it possible to enable all stakeholders from marketing and design to production, purchasing, and subcontractors to work together smoothly and efficiently. The same goes for digitizing simulations and tests.

The floor to Jean-Pierre Petit, Head of Digital Manufacturing at Capgemini

“With our new Digital Manufacturing offering there will be two types of benefits. First, is about optimizing workflow and logistics at all levels. Then, and this has already begun, manufacturing will gradually move from offering a product to offering a range of services. Manufacturers will gradually shift from selling products to selling services. This is an extraordinary source of growth, but it must be controlled. If usage and service take precedence over the product, manufacturers run the risk of disintermediation. They must therefore anticipate and develop their digital ecosystems.”
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Think ahead

A broad range of studies, at the forefront of ideas and innovation


of internet users expect to spend more online than in shops in three years’ time.
Find out more in our “ Digital shopper relevancy ” here


of clients want to interact with manufacturers and dealers in social networks.
Find out more in our study on “ Cars Online-Generation Connected ” here


12-month drop in the satisfaction level of retail banking customers.
Find out more in our “ World Retail Banking Report ” here


increase in energy prices for German households between 2006 and 2013.
Find out more in our “ European Energy Markets Observatory ” here


of the 100 biggest North American and European companies are already working on the Internet of Things.
Find out more in our “ The Internet of Things: Are Organizations Ready For A Multi-Trillion Dollar Prize? ”here

NB: This study focused on the following sectors: home appliances, industry, utilities, insurance, pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and automotive.


increase in the number of cyberattacks worldwide between 2013 and 2014.
Source: Factiva's "Major News and Business Publications".
Find out more in our “ Staying Ahead in the Cyber Security Game What Matters Now ”

Please note:

Capgemini Consulting is ranked in the Top 4 Thought Leaders according to Source Consulting (a world ranking of publications produced by consulting firms).
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Think ahead

Innovation of all kinds

Innovation is vital today and ignoring it is a real risk factor for companies. Watch the analyses of Lanny Cohen, Director of Technology, and Keith Kelly, head of innovation for aerospace and defense.

Capgemini’s Innovation Labs

Capgemini supports its clients to "apply innovation" to their specific use case. This is the role of our Innovation Labs, of which there are 30 around the world. In 2014, a new Lab was opened in Suresnes, France

Leading Digital

After three years of research and a close analysis of 400 companies by Capgemini Consulting and MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), the book entitled Leading Digital: Turning Technology into Business Transformation is a practical guide to digital transformation. Listen to the author.

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Capgemini at a glance

Partners selected with care

3 families of partners

Strategic partners: EMC2 ,HP, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP

Specialized new champions: Cloud : Amazon web services, Google, Intel, Netsuite, VMware<br>Big data : Cloudera, Informatica, Pivotal, SAS, Teradata

And also... Adobe, Box, Cisco, CA technologies, Dell, Drupal, Pega, Software AG, etc.

Technology is an enabler for business transformation and market disruption. Each year, Capgemini works strategically with a focused group of partners within our technology partner ecosystem to identify joint opportunities that are strongly aligned with our group priorities.

In 2014, we continued to invest with the biggest names in technology in the areas of cloud, big data, mobility and digital, while also increasing our investments with disruptive partners in the market such as Cloudera, Amazon Web Services, Pivotal, Google and Netsuite.

Co-innovate to help customers stay ahead

Capgemini teams work hand in hand with our partners to invent new, breakthrough offers.

In 2014, the Group for example launched two new joint offers with Cloudera, a Big Data platform leader based on Apache™ Hadoop®. Find out about it in this video:

Capgemini is also one of the select few chosen to develop solutions on the new Intel Objects Internet platform - a way to strengthen its long-standing collaboration with the processor manufacturer, and send an important signal to the market.

Our ecosystem of alliances is a real asset when it comes to winning major contracts with strategic clients. One example from 2014 is the contract signed by Capgemini and IBM with Caixa, the third largest Brazilian bank, to support a major transformation in its mobility strategy.

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Capgemini at a glance

Custom solutions for 6 major sectors

Responses to changes in various industries

  • Retail, Distribution and Transportation
  • Energy, Utilities and Chemicals
  • Industry
  • Public Sector
  • Financial Services (Insurance & Banking)
  • Telecom, Media & Entertainment

Capgemini’s industry expertise enables it to make sense of the changes within different sectors and propose concrete solutions tailored to each business. The Group develops comprehensive new offerings that cover the entire value chain of its customers. One of those dedicated to Utilities combines, for example several innovations:

  • power distribution network control systems and real-time simulation tools, developed by its subsidiary Sogeti High Tech.
  • a cloud platform to collect data from these networks, resulting by our Infrastructure teams.
  • teams to permanently monitor their operations, many by the BPO entity.
  • the development of specific business applications or the global contract management provided by Capgemini Consulting.

Two 2014 client stories

Capgemini supports IT transformation at GDF Suez

The French group GDF Suez is a world leader in the energy sector. It has picked Capgemini to help transform its SAP application portfolio and significantly lower its application management costs. Our ability to think differently about application management made the difference. Our Links tool, for example, makes it possible to analyze the entire application portfolio and identify areas for optimization. Another benefit is our deep understanding of the challenges facing the Utilities sector.

In the retail sector, the Group was selected by Office Depot, Inc., a global provider of products, services and solutions for professional environments (resulting from the merger between Office Depot and OfficeMax). It was tasked with supervising the technology migration and provide financial and accounting services related to the merger.
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Capgemini at a glance

A wide range of cutting-edge expertise

Capgemini Consulting

The Group's consulting division supports its clients in their transformation projects, and most notably their digital ones. We help them to design and implement innovative strategies for growth and competitiveness.


A 100% owned subsidiary of Capgemini, it is a leader in technology and local services, with four main areas of expertise: digital, testing, security and infrastructure

Application Services

This is our main activity and covers the conception, development, deployment, integration and maintenance of applications

Other Managed Services

These include integration, management and development of system infrastructures (Infra business unit), transactional services (Prosodie-Capgemini) and support function services (Business Process Outsourcing).

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Capgemini at a glance

Focus on the importance of solidarity

In 2014, Capgemini launched the Global Community & Engagement Awards, an internal competition that rewards the efforts made by our staff. 139 projects from 17 countries were proposed around four themes: fundraising, volunteering, social innovation and collaboration with our customers. The 12 finalists received financial support to continue their activities.

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A feast for the eyes for 27 years!

Jacky Beigneux

Self-taught, Jacky Beigneux carried his easel around the countryside for ten years, perfecting his technique as he went. Born in the west of France, he paints laborers, workers, country folk, clowns and everyday objects with strong and sharp colors.


Élisabeth Besnier

Élisabeth Besnier began her painting apprenticeship in a workshop in northern France, where she was born. Through her use of oil paints applied with a palette knife, she seeks to express the emotion she feels in the presence of her subject. She has an affinity for portraits.


Olivia Boa

French champion of full contact boxing, model, journalist...only 34 years old, Olivia Boa had already lived several lives before becoming a painter. Passionate about quantum physics and neurology, she developed a “ocular kinetic” technique that influences your brainwaves when you look at her paintings.


Clemens Briels

Born in 1946 in the Netherlands, Clemens Briels first worked in advertising before becoming a sculptor, painter and jewelry and furniture designer. His colorful works feed on Latin American influences. In 2002, he was named the official artist of the Winter Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.


Christophe Catelain

Pop art, street art, news and travel are just some of the many influences that inspire art photographer Christophe Catelain. Ché Guevara, a dollar bill, rock legends, film stars, superheroes... this self-taught Frenchman composes his works from thousands of assembled and “hijacked” images.



Behind ELECTRICPOPPERS is a young Finnish artist who jubilantly mixes illustrations, comics and design. Self-taught and proud of it, she is guided by her imagination and flashes of inspiration. She creates very personal worlds whereanimals reign.



Rio de Janeiro, New York, Athens and London... big city walls are the playground of Kobra, a Brazilian artist born in 1976. In 2012, Capgemini donated one of his large, colorful murals to the city of São Paulo, birthplace of Kobra and hometo Capgemini’s first office in Brazil.


David Kracov

Sculptor, painter and film animator, David Kracov was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1968. At 12, he became one of the youngest artists to ever exhibit at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. His hand-painted metal wall sculptures are highly sought after the world over.


Jean-François Larrieu

Born in 1960 in the south of France, Jean-François Larrieu became hooked on painting at an early age. Painting a colorful world full of the unexpected, he calls himself a direct descendent of Paul Klee and Joan Miró. He exhibits regularly in the Opera Gallery of Paris, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, London and New York.


Denis Rifflard

French artist Denis Rifflard used a pencil for many years to make people laugh with cartoons and advertising illustrations. After taking up painting, he highlighted the city in his work, which is often highly graphic and colorful.


Yann Sciberras

“Actualist” is how Yann Sciberras describes himself. This 47-year-old French artist, a child of the punk and rock culture, wants to be the real-time witness of our information society. Composed of streams of imagesand words, his works are “screen shots” of our era, his anxieties and his fantasies.


Micha Tauber

Of Dutch origin, Micha Tauber graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliquéset des Métiers d’Arts in Paris. Aged 48, she paints a dreamlike world of a universal nature. Her works are about sensuality, magic, dreams and distant or imaginary civilizations.


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