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Capgemini wins significant Application Services contract with Norway Post

25 Mar 2013

Capgemini which has already been working with Norway Post for more than 10 years – will act as a its strategic partner to support Norway Post with modernization in an industry that faces many challenges; including decreasing mail volume with the popularity of email and pressure on margins due to the tough global economy and competition from smaller competitors willing to operate on a low price point. Capgemini will support Norway Post in their ambition to achieve integration across different Nordic countries and business cultures into one set of seamless operations. 

The contract includes outsourcing of central applications, such as ERP and data warehousing. Capgemini aims to introduce an industrialized way of working and standardized processes which are transparent and can be fine-tuned over time, so that Norway Post will be able to reduce costs and still gain higher flexibility within IT. 

This is a significant and innovative contract for Capgemini here in Norway and Capgemini as a group. We are both humble and proud that Norway Post, with whom we’ve build a long-standing relationship, has entrusted us with this important delivery project”, says Ola Furu, CEO at Capgemini Norge AS.

Capgemini has strong capabilities in the postal sector including key customers in the UK, Germany and France.

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