CGEY

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CGEYCap Gemini Ernst and Young (IT consulting firm)
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One CGEY study respondent reported that education was critical because so many consumers do not know enough about RFID technology.
EDS, along with its partner Accenture, had competed with CGEY and another consortium for the 10-year, pounds 300m-a-year Aspire contract, to deliver the Revenue's information technology and related services from the middle of next year.
Other bidders include Fujitsu, Lockheed, PlexusCare, and SchlumbergerSema, bidding for the South East and South West region; Accenture, Cerner, CGEY, and PlexusCare bidding for the East of England and East Midlands; and BT, CSC, Fujitsu, IBM, and Patient First Alliance, which are bidding for the West Midlands and North West regions.
As a measure of the urgency with which CGEY thinks it needs to implement that model, it is adding 250 employees a quarter at its Mumbai (Bombay) facility where programmers cost a quarter of their equivalents in Paris.
Under the agreement Aldata Solution will provide its GOLD supply chain software and CGEY integration and project related services to customers in the French retail and wholesale consumer goods market, Aldata Solution said.
Melbourne cited the healthcare and retail industries as CGEY strengths.
Cap Gemini Ernst &Young (CGEY) is one that is still suffering from having too little of all three.
Boulogne-based Transiciel was initially formed as a spin-off from CGEY's body-shopping arm Sogeti, and Hermelin said: "Sogeti is a good business.
The situation was less rosy at Cap Gemini Ernst &Young (CGEY), the largest European IT services provider.
Grocery Headquarters asked two experts in the field of retail technology -- Charlie Gottdiener and Tom Compernolle, both vice presidents with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young (CGEY), New York -- how they would advise a retailer attempting to create the most effective retail technology infrastructure.
The bank claimed in a research note that as much as 50% of Paris, France-based CGEY's sales from application services are at risk from less expensive offshore service providers.