Sogeti ( Capgemini ) has been positioned among the leading players in Zinnov Zones for Product and Engineering Services 2016 report. We are rated in the Expansive and Established zone in Overall, Mechanical Engineering Services and Embedded Systems, and in the Leadership zone for Aerospace, Automotive, Computer Peripherals and Storage, Construction and Heavy Machinery, Energy & Utilities, Industrial Automation and Medical Devices.
Strong GTM capability
According to the report, the ranking is based on Capgemini’s strong Go-To-Market (GTM) capability, ability to scale in new vertical practices in R&D services to drive continued growth and a formal innovation culture. Zinnov assessed more than 35 global engineering service providers and positioned those in the Leadership zone who had “strong vertical presence, robust focus on end customers of customers, and ability to drive customer-led innovations.”
We continue to invest for the future of Engineering
The report shows that the automotive sector was the largest R&D spender at USD 107 Billion and the US-headquartered companies constituted almost 44% of the global R&D spend. This is in line with Capgemini’s focus and investment areas. Capgemini has engineering relationships with almost all top 5 players in each area of our focus and recognition. Sanjay Salunkhe, Global Head of Capgemini’s Product and Engineering Services. “Capgemini continues to invest in the next wave of digital technologies to help our customers build successful products and services in an increasingly connected world. As a result of combining engineering and software based product innovation, we are a trusted partner for global manufacturers.”
In line with Capgemini’s industry analysis, the Zinnov report also recognizes that software is becoming the major innovation element across industries. For overall product development, we work with our customers and partners to bring the right products to the market faster and with sustainability built in. From a manufacturing perspective, the realization of the promise of Industry 4.0 and managing the potential disruption due to 3D printing are key areas that we continue to invest in.