As a leading strategic partner to companies around the world, Capgemini has leveraged technology to enable business transformation for more than 50 years. Capgemini addresses the entire breadth of business needs, from strategy and design to managing operations. To do this, Capgemini draws on deep industry expertise and a command of the fast-evolving fields of cloud, artificial data intelligence, connectivity, software, digital engineering, and platforms. Capgemini partners with companies to transform and manage their business by unlocking the value of technology.

Driving the determination

Prasad Shyam, Vice President

One of the world's most ethical companies, Capgemini, has been named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute for ten consecutive years. At Capgemini, the company is driven by a shared purpose: Unleashing human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future. Paul Hermelin, Chairman of the Board, and Aiman Ezzat, Chief Executive Officer-"As a responsible company, the Group is realistic when it comes to the promises and risks of technological innovation. Our role is to make it useful, accessible, and ethical."

Technology shapes the way humans live their lives. How the human cycle works, learn, move and communicate. That means the company's technology expertise, combined with its business knowledge, does more than help you transform and manage your business. It can help you realize a better future and create a more sustainable, inclusive world. It's a responsibility Capgemini doesn't take lightly. Since the company's inception more than 50 years ago, Capgemini has always acted as a partner to the company's clients, not a service provider. A diverse collection of over 340,000 strategic and technological experts across more than 50 countries, Capgemini are all driven by one shared passion: to unleash human energy through technology.

Of Values and Ethics 

At Capgemini, the company's Values and Ethics are at the heart of its identity. The company's seven Values inspire and guide its team members, who each contribute to its ethical culture. Capgemini's founder, Serge Kampf, was deeply convinced that sound ethics are essential for a profitable and sustainable business. From the outset, this belief in doing business ethically and the company's commitment to its Core Values have distinguished us. While Capgemini continuously evolves its culture, the company's Values remain constant: Capgemini never loses sight of who it is. Profoundly entrepreneurial, Capgemini cherishes and encourages individual freedoms and initiatives within the discipline of perfect alignment with the company's values.

Capgemini defines its ethical culture as an aspiration to guide the behaviour of all the company's team members across the world. This means adopting an ethical approach, which starts with questioning and reflecting on the justification for actions and decisions. It requires a spirit of enquiry and uses dialogue and debate to reason in the light of the company's Values and define what "doing the right thing" means in the company's business. Capgemini nurtures the company's ethical culture year-on-year, constantly improving the company's approach. This has helped us become one of the most trusted and respected companies, recognized as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies® by the Ethisphere® Institute for ten years.

Honouring the human rights 

As a people company, the company's commitment to protecting and promoting human rights is deeply engrained in its culture. Respect for these fundamental rights is a prerequisite to achieving the company's objectives to act in line with the company's Values. The company's dedication to human rights forms the basis for the company's overarching Code of Business Ethics, along with other policies. It extends to the company's entire ecosystem – from the supply chain to clients to the local communities Capgemini operates. Its ethics helpline SpeakUp is accessible round the clock to address any human rights violations.

Capgemini's Human Rights Policy provides a clear framework as a company and, through each of the company's employees, continues to protect and uphold human rights. Acknowledgement of the freedom of each individual, and the trust in others that this implies, are fundamental to respect for human dignity. Freedom and trust underpin the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and makeup two of Capgemini's seven core Values. Since its foundation, Capgemini has been naturally inclined to an unwavering respect for human rights. Capgemini considers this prerequisite to positively achieving the company's ambition to positively impact all stakeholders in the company's ecosystem. Building together on this solid foundation, Capgemini will realize its ambition for digital transformation to benefit all humans – and fulfil the company's purpose to unleash human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future.