DXC Technology – Cloud Computing – Worldwide

DXC Technology was officially launched in April 2017, following the merger of CSC with the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), which had previously spun off from Hewlett Packard in 2015. The move created a new global IT services organization with more than 155,000 employees, supporting 6,000 clients in 70 countries. The company positions itself as "the world's leading independent end-to-end IT services company," with a portfolio that stretches across infrastructure and applications services, proprietary software development and business process services. DXC Technology has been going through a continuous transformation process, including both strategic acquisitions and the selling of…

Fujitsu – SAP Services – Worldwide

Established in 1935 under the name of Fuji Tsushinki Manufacturing Corp., Fujitsu was created with JPY3 million in capital and 700 employees as a spin-off of the communications division of Fuji Electric Company, which was established as a joint venture between Furukawa Electric Company and Siemens in 1923. Fuji Tsushinki launched Japan’s first computer in 1954 before officially changing its name to Fujitsu Limited in 1967. Fujitsu specializes in electronic devices (semiconductors, media devices, electromechanical components, optical components, system memory), computing products (supercomputers, mainframes, servers, PCs, storage equipment, peripherals, financial and retail solutions), telecommunications products (optical networks, mobile and wireless…

Capgemini – SAP Services – Worldwide

Capgemini is a Paris-based company providing a full range of management consulting, digital transformation, IT, and BPO services, both in the application and infrastructure fields. The company ranks among the global leaders in the IT market, but also in the scientific, technical, industrial, and embedded IT markets. Capgemini was created by Serge Kampf in Grenoble in 1967, under the name of Sogeti. In 1974, Sogeti took over C.A.P, one of the top IT service players in France at the time, as well as Gemini Computer Systems, a US-based company. One year later, Capgemini Group was established, which had 2,000 employees…

Cognizant – SAP Services – Worldwide

Cognizant, a familiar name in the IT user community, is one of the largest IT service providers and has a growing global footprint. For FY 2019, it posted total revenues of $16.8 billion, up from $16.1 billion in FY 2018. However, Q2 2020 revenues were down by 3.4% to $4 billion, compared to $4.2 billion in Q2 2019. Cognizant expects FY 2020 revenues of $16.4-16.7 billion (decline of 2-2.5%). The slowdown was largely felt in Europe and North America, in verticals such as banking and insurance, healthcare, travel and hospitality, retail and consumer goods, with flat growth in communications and media.…

Sage – Worldwide

Sage was founded by David Goldman, Paul Muller, and Graham Wylie in Newcastle, England, to develop estimating and accounting software for small businesses. In 1984, the company launched Sage Software, a product for the Amstrad PCW word processor. Five years later, Sage was listed on the London Stock Exchange. In 1994, Paul Walker was appointed as Chief Executive Officer, a post he occupied for 16 years. In 1999, Sage entered the FTSE 100 and launched a dedicated Irish division based in Dublin. That same year, the UK acquisition of Tetra saw Sage enter the mid-range business software market. Today, Sage…

L’essentiel sur Amadeus dans le monde

Amadeus a été créé en 1987 par Air France, Lufthansa, Iberia et SAS, afin de développer un système standard pour la mise en relation des compagnies aériennes avec les agences de voyage. Amadeus est apparu comme une réponse au besoin d'interconnexion et de services de traitement entre les systèmes informatiques de réservation des compagnies aériennes et les terminaux des agences de voyage. Aujourd'hui, Amadeus est l'un des principaux fournisseurs mondiaux de technologies et de traitement de transactions pour le secteur du voyage et du tourisme. Amadeus est présente dans 195 pays et opère à travers un réseau de 71 bureaux…

PwC – SAP Services – Worldwide

PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited (PwCIL) is the umbrella entity for the PwC global network. PwC provides assurance (including financial and regulatory reporting), tax, and advisory services. PwC was formed when Price Waterhouse merged with Coopers & Lybrand in 1998, bypassing then-leader Andersen. "PwC" in the U.S. refers to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, a Delaware limited liability partnership, which is a member firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited. PwC's member firms are locally owned and operated. PwCIL oversees the network's strategic growth and development activities and provides support services to the member firms. In 2009 PwCIL acquired several management units from consulting firm BearingPoint, which…

Deloitte – SAP Services – Worldwide

The Deloitte company network includes several independent professional services firms associated with Deloitte Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), a UK-based private company. All Deloitte member firms in the company’s global network are independent legal entities. Deloitte’s business focuses on five core areas: audit, tax & legal, consulting, enterprise risk, and financial advisory services. Deloitte’s consulting unit is organized in three main service lines, namely Human Capital, Strategy & Operations, and Technology. Deloitte has established strategic alliances with the largest technology vendors: Adobe, IBM, Oracle, Salesforce, SAP, SAS, ServiceNow, and Workday. Moreover, Deloitte also holds strong partnerships with key industry players such as…

Salesforce – Cloud Computing – Worldwide

Salesforce was founded in 1999 by Marc Benioff, a former sales executive from Oracle, as a simple, Internet-based SFA (sales force automation) service. The following year, the service expanded beyond SFA to include marketing automation as well as customer service and support. In 2002, Salesforce entered into one of its first strategic partnerships – the one with TIBCO – to provide enterprise integration capabilities between Salesforce and third-party enterprise applications and back-office systems. The company also moved beyond CRM for the first time, offering the first versions of Offline, Enterprise Edition, and making attempts at an e-business suite for accounts…

Salesforce est-il en train de se transformer en un spécialiste du Cloud sectoriel ?

Salesforce est l'un des plus grands fournisseurs de logiciels de front-office et n'a cessé d’étendre sa portée et son portefeuille. En toute logique, la société a lancé une offre verticale, cherchant à s'implanter plus solidement dans les processus métier critiques des clients. Ces Cloud sectoriels sont tous construits sur la plateforme Salesforce Customer 360, qui assure une forte intégration et permet de partager les connaissances et les meilleures pratiques entre clients et partenaires. Salesforce et le Cloud sectoriel Salesforce est devenu un fournisseur complet de solutions de front-office (ventes, marketing, communauté) et a également développé de nouvelles capacités dans des…