The Capgemini-IGATE merger will make the French company a leading employer of Indian engineers, thereby enabling it to better compete with domestic vendors for price-sensitive IT engagements, industry insiders feel.
“Our estimate is that Capgemini-IGATE would currently employ 83,000 people in India. This number could easily go upto 1,00,000 by the end of this year. This suddenly makes Capgemini very competitive from a delivery standpoint,” said Sanchit Vir Gogia, Founder-Chief Executive Officer at advisory firm Greyhound Research.
“We believe that Capgemini will become the third largest MNC IT employer in India after IBM and Accenture. Moreover, more jobs will move to India from Capgemini’s global operations going forward,” said Gogia.
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