New company Telekom Deutschland GmbH is a merger of two business units T-Home and T-Mobile within Deutsche Telekom
Telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom and technolgy consulting company Capgemini have signed a five year business intelligence (BI) sourcing framework agreement.
The contract is between Deutsche Telekom AG and Capgemini Deutschland GmbH, a subsidiary of Capgemini Group. The deal will involve experts from Capgemini’s Global BI and Telecom practices, said Capgemini.
The new company Telekom Deutschland GmbH, a merger of the two business units T-Home and T-Mobile within Deutsche Telekom, aims to consolidate its business processes and IT systems, said Capgemini.
Capgemini said it will support in the planning stage and also undertake the long-term development of key components of the BI landscape.
Capgemini’s global delivery model Rightshore is designed to provide the right resources in the right place, enabling access to approximately 40,000 offshore IT experts.
Telekom Deutschland GmbH senior vice-president and head of BI & Data Management Frank Kuehl said Telekom Deutschland is facing a challenge in the BI area.
"Capgemini convinced us particularly with their overall package of outstanding, regional and simultaneously globally reusable IT competency and large offshore capacities at a good price-service ratio," said Kuehl.
Capgemini global head of Business Information Management Paul Nannetti said, "Our investments and focus on developing a differentiated approach to the delivery of BI programs, combining consulting, technology and a scalable India centric delivery platform, have positioned Capgemini as a global leader in the provision of BI transformation services.