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World Jobseeking Report 2012

Capgemini and Oracle have just published the “World Jobseeking Report 2012.” The study offers a global perspective on unemployment and employability and the issues and challenges facing government agencies. One area of particular concern is the long-term unemployed. The issue of unemployment and employability is high on the political agenda. Businesses and citizens alike are …
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World Insurance Report 2012

Having experienced a decline in profitability as a result of the global financial crisis, insurance companies worldwide are refocusing their internal operations, with attention on reducing costs and improving the efficiency of their business processes, according to this report by Capgemini and Efma. The report explores ways insurers can dissect their business to identify opportunities …
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The Future of Life Insurance

Even before the recent financial crisis, the life insurance industry was experiencing a shift in customer trust and demand. The crisis and its aftermath have served as a catalyst to accelerate this trend with a consistent drop over the past five years in penetration for the global life insurance industry. Moreover, customer trust in the …
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World Quality Report 2011-2012

This report by Sogeti, Capgemini and HP is the third in a series of annual surveys examining the state of application quality and testing practices across industries and geographies. As in previous years, the report includes detailed profiles on the state of quality assurance (QA) across a broad spectrum of industries including consumer products; retail and …
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2011 World Wealth Report

Capgemini and Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management have just launched the 2011 World Wealth Report. The study shows that the number and wealth growth of global high-net-worth individuals (HNWIs) reached more stable levels in 2010, with the population of HNWIs increasing 8.3 percent to 10.9 million and HNWI financial wealth growing 9.7 percent to reach …
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Transportation Management Report 2011

Capgemini Consulting has released the 2011 edition of its Transportation Management Report. The two-part study provides the latest insights into the business drivers for transportation management processes and software. The first part of the report focuses upon the challenges faced when managing transportation in the current economic climate and possible solutions. Capgemini authors from six …
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World Insurance Report 2011 Overview

Based on research from interviews with 58 senior executives of leading global insurers, this report by Capgemini and Efma draws insights covering 14 countries: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The report reveals how leading institutions are refocusing efforts on improving …
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Improving Cost Management in the Automotive Supplier Industry

A new study by Capgemini has found that while cost reduction in traditional expense categories such as finance control, procurement, manufacturing, HR and admin have brought short-term benefits, suppliers could be doing far more to address as yet neglected cost categories such as customers, innovation, products and globalization. The report, which was based on interviews …
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The Rise of Health 2.0: A Game-changer in the Health Care Industry

With the growth of online technology and mobile innovations, health information has never been more accessible. Given the constraints of working in a tightly regulated environment, life sciences companies (pharma, biotech and medical devices) have moved slowly to adopt Health 2.0, treating it as a minor component of their commercial strategies and marketing plans. In …
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Food for Thought: the Future of Agribusiness

This Capgemini report sets out to investigate both the current debate about food supply and natural resource usage and, more importantly from an agribusiness point of view, the implications of current trends for the future of the industry. A key challenge will be managing the growing complexity posed by an increasing number of international markets, …
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