On November 19th, Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly officially opened the new headquarters of Capgemini, a leading business and technology transformation firm with over 55 years of experience. The French company specializes in cloud infrastructure technologies, data, artificial intelligence, software, and digital engineering to address diverse business requirements. Capgemini Group CEO Aiman Ezzat emphasized that the new Egyptian headquarters is designed to accommodate up to 1600 employees.

Capgemini’s new headquarters at Cairo Festival City is a testament to its commitment to Egypt’s growth and development in the technology sector. With its focus on cutting-edge technologies and expertise in various fields such as cloud infrastructure, data, artificial intelligence, software, and digital engineering, Capgemini is well positioned to help businesses transform their operations and stay ahead of the curve. The French company has been operating in Egypt for several years now and has established itself as a trusted partner for businesses looking to innovate and grow.

The opening of the new headquarters was attended by several dignitaries and industry leaders who applauded Capgemini’s contribution to Egypt’s economy. Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly expressed his appreciation for Capgemini’s continued investment in Egypt and pledged his support for the company’s efforts to create jobs and drive innovation in the country.

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