It will make use of SAP applications through Microsoft SharePoint 2010
IT services provider Capgemini has re-launched its ERP+ offering portfolio and has created a dedicated development centre in support of Duet Enterprise software.
To be located in Mumbai, India, the engineers at the centre will help build IP sector and industry solutions in the form of business packages, customised for clients’ specific needs to run on the Duet Enterprise platform. Through these business packages, said the company.
Capgemini’s endeavour to help customers drive sales productivity, streamline processes, develop market opportunities and reduce costs by extending and making use of SAP applications through Microsoft SharePoint 2010.
GT Advanced Technologies has already deployed Capgemini’s offerings on the Duet Enterprise platform.
Capgemini has already developed two sector-specific solutions integrated with Duet Enterprise, namely Capgemini Hiring Manager Portal 1.0 and Capgemini Purchase Requisition Cockpit.
Capgemini is one of the few global partners with a dedicated sales and delivery team focused on interoperability of offerings from
Microsoft and SAP to provide a dedicated portfolio of solutions called Capgemini ERP+, launched in 2009.
Capgemini Group global head of channels and partners Jean-Claude Viollier said they have long-standing relationships with both Microsoft and SAP, using their technology software to aid their customers.
"With over 18,000 Microsoft and SAP practitioners around the globe we aim to coordinate with our partners to continue to provide the latest cutting-edge solutions to help reduce cost, while also increasing flexibility and user adoption," Viollier said.