Profits climb at Capgemini

Capgemini reported a fall in sales of 3.8% to €4.2bn in the first six months of 2010, compared with the same period last year but profits increased to €101m from €78m.

Capgemini reported a fall in sales of 3.8% to €4.2bn in the first six months of 2010, compared with the same period last year but profits increased to €101m from €78m.

The company said the results were better than expected.

Capgemini has signed significant deals in the six month period. It recently won a five-year extension of its contract with online train ticket retailer thetrainline.com worth around £15m. Royal Mail has also signed a six-year deal with Capgemini to introduce cloud computing technology to its IT infrastructure.

"We have now relaunched a dynamic recruitment policy and will focus particularly on our five global service lines, in order to satisfy the new expectations of our clients," said Paul Hermelin, CEO at Capgemini.

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