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  • Globe Newswire

    Capgemini SE: H1 2020 estimated results: Performance reflects the Group’s resilience

    Media relations: Florence Lièvre Tel.: +33 1 47 54 50 71 florence.lievre@capgemini.comInvestor relations: Vincent Biraud Tel.: +33 1 47 54 50 87 vincent.biraud@capgemini.comH1 2020 estimated results: Performance reflects the Group’s resilience * H1 2020 estimated revenues of €7,580 million * Growth of +7.9% at constant exchange rates* and organic growth* of -3.4% year-on-year * Operating margin* of 10.8%, down 0.6 point year-on-year * Positive organic free cash flow* of circa €100 millionParis, July 28, 2020 – The Board of Directors of Capgemini SE, chaired by Paul Hermelin, convened today in Paris. At the proposal of Aiman Ezzat, Group Chief Executive Officer, it authorized the publication of Capgemini Group estimated results for the first half of 2020. This estimated financial information is currently under review1 by the auditors. The first half of 2020 results will be published as scheduled2 on September 3, 2020. In the unprecedented context of the pandemic, the Group considered that it may be useful to publish estimated information covering its main financial indicators.Aiman Ezzat, Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini Group, said: “In today’s unique context, the Group has been able to build on two key strengths: its agility and its resilience. The entire Group mobilized quickly to meet the challenges of this disrupted environment. The estimated results for H1 2020 illustrate the strength of our operations, which have been considerably reinforced since the 2009 financial crisis. The Group therefore confirms the assessment of 2020 presented on the publication of 1st quarter revenues and expects a gradual recovery in the 3rd and 4th quarters.”Summary H1 estimated financial data  (in millions of euros) H1 2019   H1 2020   Change Revenues 7,007 7,580 +8.2% reported growth +7.9% at constant exchange rates* -3.4% at constant scope and exchange rates* Operating margin* 797 817 +2% as a % of revenues 11.4% 10.8% -0.6 point Organic Free Cash Flow* 90 c. 100   Following the successful acquisition of Altran, the results of Altran are fully consolidated in Group accounts as of April 1st, 2020. RevenuesGroup revenues for H1 2020 are estimated at €7,580 million, up +8.2% year-on-year on a reported basis and +7.9% at constant currency.Indeed, Q2 revenues rose sharply to 4,033 million as a result of the consolidation of Altran revenues. This represents a year-on-year increase of +13.1% on a reported basis and +13.4% at constant exchange rates. The organic growth which, for Q2 2020, measures growth over to the sum of revenues published by Capgemini and Altran3 for the same period in 2019, restated at 2020 exchange rates, was -7.7% and reflects the impact of the pandemic on the Group's overall activity (‑6.9% on former Capgemini scope and -11.6% on former Altran scope).Over the first six months of the year, organic growth* was -3.4%.Reconciliation of estimated growth rates Q1 2020 Q2 2020   H1 2020   Organic growth +2.0% -7.7% -3.4% Changes in Group scope +0.3pt +21.1pt +11.3pt Growth at constant exchange rates +2.3% +13.4% +7.9% Exchange rate fluctuations +0.8pt -0.3pt +0.3pt Reported growth +3.1% +13.1% +8.2% Operating marginThe operating margin* for H1 2020 is estimated at €817 million or 10.8% of revenues. The year-on-year decrease in the operating margin rate is limited to 60 basis points, in line with the Group’s plan to demonstrate in 2020 its greater resilience.Organic Free Cash FlowThe organic free cash flow* is estimated at circa €100 million in the 1st half, versus €90 million in 2019, despite the increase in 2020 in finance costs and other operating expenses with the acquisition of Altran. This confirms the quality of the Group business model.CALENDARGroup results for the first half of 2020 will be published as scheduled on September 3, 2020 at 7 a.m. (Paris time) after the completion of the review process by the statutory auditors. A conference call will be held by the Group on the same day to present and comment on these results in detail.September 3, 2020      Publication of H1 2020 results October 27, 2020         Publication of Q3 2020 revenuesDISCLAIMERThis press release may contain forward-looking statements. Such statements may include projections, estimates, assumptions, statements regarding plans, objectives, intentions and/or expectations with respect to future financial results, events, operations and services and product development, as well as statements, regarding future performance or events. Forward-looking statements are generally identified by the words “expects”, “anticipates”, “believes”, “intends”, “estimates”, “plans”, “projects”, “may”, “would” “should” or the negatives of these terms and similar expressions. Although Capgemini’s management currently believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties (including without limitation risks identified in Capgemini’s Registration Document available on Capgemini’s website), because they relate to future events and depend on future circumstances that may or may not occur and may be different from those anticipated, many of which are difficult to predict and generally beyond the control of Capgemini. Actual results and developments may differ materially from those expressed in, implied by or projected by forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are not intended to and do not give any assurances or comfort as to future events or results. Other than as required by applicable law, Capgemini does not undertake any obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statement.This press release does not contain or constitute an offer of securities for sale or an invitation or inducement to invest in securities in France, the United States or any other jurisdiction.ABOUT CAPGEMINICapgemini is a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology, and engineering services. The Group is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients’ opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms. Building on its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry-specific expertise, Capgemini enables organizations to realize their business ambitions through an array of services from strategy to operations. Capgemini is driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people. It is a multicultural company of 270,000 team members in nearly 50 countries. With Altran, the Group reported 2019 combined global revenues of €17 billion. Visit us at People matter, results count.*          **APPENDIXDEFINITIONSOrganic growth, or like-for-like growth, in revenues is the growth rate calculated at constant Group scope and exchange rates. The Group scope and exchange rates used are those for the reported period. Exchange rates for the reported period are also used to calculate growth at constant exchange rates.Operating margin is one of the Group’s key performance indicators. It is defined as the difference between revenues and operating costs. It is calculated before “Other operating income and expenses” which include amortization of intangible assets recognized in business combinations, the charge resulting from the deferred recognition of the fair value of shares granted to employees (including social security contributions and employer contributions), and non-recurring revenues and expenses, notably impairment of goodwill, negative goodwill, capital gains or losses on disposals of consolidated companies or businesses, restructuring costs incurred under a detailed formal plan approved by the Group’s management, the cost of acquiring and integrating companies acquired by the Group, including earn-outs comprising conditions of presence, and the effects of curtailments, settlements and transfers of defined benefit pension plans.Organic free cash flow is equal to cash flow from operations less acquisitions of property, plant, equipment and intangible assets (net of disposals) and repayments of lease liabilities, adjusted for cash out relating to the net interest cost. Finance lease payments were included in repayments of borrowings until December 31, 2018. From January 1, 2019, with the adoption of IFRS 16, these payments are now included in the new definition of organic free cash flow as repayments of lease liabilities.Covid-19: The impact of the health crisis on the consolidated financial statements at 30 June 2020 is not isolated. The definition of the above alternative performance measures is therefore unchanged and, in accordance with past practice, these financial statements include in other operating income and expenses a non-material amount of incremental and non-recurring costs related to this crisis.* * ** The terms and non-GAAP measures marked with an (*) are defined in the appendix to this press release. 1 For the publication of half year results, the report of the statutory auditors is based on a limited review of the financial statements. 2 When announcing on March 13, 2020, that the takeover of Altran had taken effect, the Group advised that the publication of the 2020 first half results would be pushed back from July 28 to September 3, 2020 due to Altran’s longer accounts publication cycle. 3 2019 reference revenues also include other small acquisitions announced in the past year, but almost the entire current period impact concerns the Altran acquisition.Attachment * Capgemini_-_2020-07-28_-_H1_2020_Estimated_Results

  • Globe Newswire

    Capgemini SE : Résultats estimés du premier semestre 2020 : la performance témoigne de la résilience du Groupe

    Relations presse : Florence Lièvre Tél. : 01 47 54 50 71 florence.lievre@capgemini.comRelations Investisseurs : Vincent Biraud Tél. : 01 47 54 50 87 vincent.biraud@capgemini.comRésultats estimés du premier semestre 2020 : la performance témoigne de la résilience du Groupe * Chiffre d’affaires du 1er semestre 2020 estimé à 7 580 millions d’euros * Croissance de +7,9% à taux de change constants* et de -3,4% en organique* sur le 1er semestre * Taux de marge opérationnelle* de 10,8% en retrait de 0,6 point * Free cash-flow organique* positif, d’environ 100 millions d’eurosParis, le 28 juillet 2020 – Réuni aujourd’hui à Paris sous la présidence de Paul Hermelin, le Conseil d’Administration de Capgemini SE a, sur proposition de Aiman Ezzat, Directeur général du Groupe, autorisé la publication des résultats estimés du groupe Capgemini pour le 1er semestre 2020. Ces données financières estimées sont en cours d’examen1 par les commissaires aux comptes. La publication des résultats pour le 1er semestre 2020 aura lieu comme prévu2 le 3 septembre 2020. Le Groupe a en effet considéré, dans le contexte sans précédent de pandémie, que la publication de données estimées sur ses principaux indicateurs financiers peut être utile.Pour Aiman Ezzat, Directeur général du groupe Capgemini : « Dans le contexte actuel si particulier, le Groupe a pu compter sur deux atouts essentiels : son agilité et sa résilience. Toute l’entreprise s’est très rapidement mobilisée pour relever les défis de cet environnement bouleversé. Les résultats estimés pour le premier semestre 2020 illustrent la solidité de nos opérations, largement renforcée depuis la crise financière de 2009. Le Groupe confirme ainsi les appréciations de l’exercice 2020 partagées à l’occasion de la publication du chiffre d’affaires du 1er trimestre et anticipe un redressement progressif de son activité aux 3ème et 4ème trimestres. »Synthèse des données financières estimées pour le 1er semestre  (en millions d’euros) 1er semestre 2019 1er semestre 2020 Variation Chiffre d’affaires 7 007 7 580 +8,2% en données publiées +7,9% à taux de change constants* -3,4% à taux et périmètre constants* Marge opérationnelle* 797 817 +2% en % du chiffre d’affaires 11,4% 10,8% -0,6 point Free cash-flow organique* 90 ~100   Avec le succès de l'acquisition d'Altran, les résultats de celui-ci sont entièrement consolidés dans les comptes du Groupe à partir du 1er avril 2020.Chiffre d’affairesLe chiffre d’affaires réalisé par le Groupe sur le 1er semestre 2020 est estimé à 7 580 millions d'euros en hausse de +8,2% par rapport à celui publié pour la même période de 2019. Corrigée des effets de taux de change, cette croissance s’établit à +7,9%.Le chiffre d’affaires du 2ème trimestre s’inscrit en effet en nette hausse sur un an, à 4 033 millions, suite à la consolidation du chiffre d’affaires d’Altran. Cela représente une augmentation de +13,1% en données publiées et de +13,4% à taux de changes constants. La croissance dite « organique » qui correspond pour le 2ème trimestre à la variation du chiffre d’affaires de cette année par rapport à la somme de ceux publiés pour la même période 2019 par Capgemini et Altran3, retraités aux taux de change observés en 2020, s’établit à ‑7,7% et reflète l’impact de la pandémie sur l’ensemble de l’activité du Groupe (-6,9% sur le périmètre historique de Capgemini et -11,6% sur le périmètre d’Altran).Sur les 6 premiers mois de l’année la croissance organique* s’établit ainsi à -3,4%.Réconciliation des taux de croissance estimés 1er trimestre 2020 2ème trimestre 2020 1er semestre 2020 Croissance organique +2,0% -7,7% -3,4% Impact des variations de périmètre du Groupe +0,3 pt +21,1 pt +11,3 pt Croissance à taux de change constants +2,3% +13,4% +7,9% Impact des taux de change +0,8 pt -0,3 pt +0,3 pt Croissance en données publiées +3,1% +13,1% +8,2% Marge opérationnelleLa marge opérationnelle* sur la première moitié de l’année 2020 est estimée à 817 millions d’euros et 10,8% du chiffre d’affaires. La contraction du taux de marge opérationnelle par rapport à la même période de l’année 2019 est contenue à 60 points de base, en ligne avec le plan de marche du Groupe pour démontrer en 2020 le renforcement de sa résilience.Free cash-flow organiqueLa génération de free cash-flow organique* sur le 1er semestre de l’année est estimée à un montant d’environ 100 millions d’euros, contre 90 millions d’euros en 2019, en dépit d’une augmentation cette année des frais financiers et des autres charges opérationnelles liée à l’acquisition d’Altran. Ceci confirme la qualité du modèle financier du groupe Capgemini.CALENDRIERLa publication des résultats du Groupe pour le 1er semestre 2020 se tiendra comme prévu le 3 septembre 2020 à 7h (heure de Paris) après la finalisation de la procédure d’examen par les commissaires aux comptes. Le Groupe tiendra le même jour une conférence téléphonique pour présenter et commenter en détail ces résultats.3 septembre 2020        Publication des résultats pour le 1er semestre 2020 27 octobre 2020           Publication du chiffre d’affaires pour le 3ème trimestre 2020AVERTISSEMENTLe présent communiqué de presse est susceptible de contenir des informations prospectives. Ces informations peuvent comprendre des projections, des estimations, des hypothèses, des informations concernant des projets, des objectifs, des intentions et/ou des attentes portant sur des résultats financiers futurs, des évènements, des opérations, le développement de services et de produits futurs, ainsi que des informations relatives à des performances ou à des évènements futurs. Ces informations prospectives sont généralement reconnaissables à l’emploi des termes « s’attendre à », « anticiper », « penser que », « avoir l’intention de », « estimer », « prévoir », « projeter », « pourrait », « devrait » ou à l’emploi de la forme négative de ces termes et à d’autres expressions de même nature. La direction de Capgemini considère actuellement que ces informations prospectives traduisent des attentes raisonnables ; la société alerte cependant les investisseurs sur le fait que ces informations prospectives sont soumises à des risques et  incertitudes (y compris, notamment, les risques identifiés dans le Document de Référence de Capgemini, disponible sur le site internet de Capgemini), étant donné qu’elles ont trait à des évènements futurs et dépendent des circonstances futures dont la réalisation est incertaine et qui peuvent différer de ceux anticipés, souvent difficilement prévisibles et généralement en dehors du contrôle de Capgemini. Les résultats et les évènements réels sont susceptibles de différer significativement, de ceux qui sont exprimés, impliqués ou projetés dans les informations prospectives. Les informations prospectives ne donnent aucune garantie de réalisation d’évènements ou de résultats futurs et n’ont pas cette vocation. Capgemini ne prend aucun engagement de mettre à jour ou de réviser les informations prospectives sous réserve de ses obligations légales.Le présent communiqué de presse ne constitue pas une offre d’instruments financiers au public et ne contient pas d’invitation ou d’incitation à investir dans des instruments financiers en France, aux États-Unis ou n’importe quel autre pays.À PROPOS DE CAPGEMINICapgemini est un leader mondial du conseil, de la transformation numérique et des services technologiques et d’ingénierie. A la pointe de l’innovation, le Groupe aide ses clients à saisir l’ensemble des opportunités que présentent le cloud, le digital et les plateformes. Fort de plus de 50 ans d’expérience et d’une grande expertise des différents secteurs d’activité, il accompagne les entreprises et organisations dans la réalisation de leurs ambitions, de la définition de leur stratégie à la mise en œuvre de leurs opérations. Pour Capgemini, ce sont les hommes et les femmes qui donnent toute sa valeur à la technologie. Résolument multiculturel, le Groupe compte aujourd’hui 270 000 collaborateurs présents dans près de 50 pays. Avec Altran, le Groupe a réalisé un chiffre d'affaires combiné de 17 milliards d'euros en 2019. Plus d’informations sur People matter, results count.*          **ANNEXESDÉFINITIONSLa croissance organique du chiffre d’affaires est la croissance calculée à taux de change et périmètre constants. Le périmètre et les taux de changes utilisés sont ceux de l’exercice publié. Ce sont également les taux de change de l’exercice publié qui sont utilisés dans le calcul de la croissance à taux de change constants.La marge opérationnelle, un des principaux indicateurs de la performance du Groupe, est la différence entre le chiffre d’affaires et les charges opérationnelles. Elle est calculée avant les « autres produits et charges opérationnels » qui comprennent les amortissements des actifs incorporels reconnus dans le cadre des regroupements d’entreprises, la charge résultant de l’étalement de la juste valeur des actions attribuées au personnel (y compris les charges sociales et contributions patronales), ainsi que les charges ou produits non récurrents, notamment les dépréciations des écarts d’acquisition, les écarts d’acquisition négatifs, les plus ou moins-values de cession de sociétés consolidées ou d’activités, les charges de restructuration afférentes à des plans approuvés par les organes de Direction du Groupe, les coûts d’acquisition et d’intégration des sociétés acquises par le Groupe y compris les compléments de prix incluant des conditions de présence, ainsi que les effets des réductions, des liquidations et des transferts des régimes de retraites à prestations définies.Le free cash-flow organique se définit comme le flux de trésorerie lié à l’activité diminué des investissements en immobilisations incorporelles et corporelles (nets de cession), des remboursements de dette de loyer et ajusté des intérêts financiers payés et reçus. Les paiements liés aux contrats de location-financement étaient traités en remboursement de dette financière jusqu’au 31 décembre 2018. Depuis le 1er janvier 2019, avec l’adoption de la norme IFRS 16, ces paiements sont pris en compte dans la nouvelle définition du free cash-flow organique au titre des remboursements de dette de loyers.Covid-19 : L’impact de la crise sanitaire sur les comptes consolidés au 30 juin 2020 n’est pas isolé. La définition des indicateurs alternatifs de performance ci-dessus est donc inchangée et conformément aux pratiques passées ces comptes comprennent dans les autres produits et charges opérationnels un montant non significatif de coûts incrémentaux et non-récurrents liés à cette crise.* * ** Les termes et indicateurs alternatifs de performance marqués d’un (*) sont définis en annexe de ce communiqué. 1 Lors de la publication de résultats semestriels, les commissaires aux comptes procèdent pour l’émission de leur rapport à un examen limité des comptes. 2 Pour rappel, le Groupe a indiqué lors l’annonce le 13 mars 2020 de la prise de contrôle d’Altran que la date de publication des résultats du 1er semestre 2020 était repoussée du 28 juillet au 3 septembre 2020 pour prendre en considération le cycle de publication plus long s’appliquant jusqu’alors pour les comptes d’Altran. 3 Le chiffre d’affaire de référence pour 2019 comprend également les autres petites acquisitions annoncées depuis un an, mais la quasi-totalité de l’impact sur la période en cours est lié à l’acquisition d’Altran.Pièce jointe * Capgemini_-_2020-07-28_-_Resultats_estimes_du_1er_semestre_2020

  • Globe Newswire

    Capgemini Press Release // Global citizens favor ‘smart cities’ and call for their hometowns to be sustainable

    Good morning,Please find below the press release issued today.Best regards,Michele Moore Duhen Global PR Manager | Group Marketing & CommunicationsCapgemini Group | London Tel.: +44 3709 053408 Email: _____________________________Press contact: Florence Lièvre Tel.: +33 1 47 54 50 71 Email: florence.lievre@capgemini.comGlobal citizens favor ‘smart cities’ and call for their hometowns to be sustainable * Urban sustainability has become a consideration for citizens with 42% willing to leave their town due to pollution concerns * Over a third of citizens are willing to pay for more enriched digital services * Smart city initiatives are helping city officials manage the COVID-19 pandemicParis, July 27, 2020 – Today’s city living is falling short of citizens’ increased expectations in the digital age. This is according to a new report from the Capgemini Research Institute that explored responses from 10,000 citizens and over 300 city officials across 10 countries and 58 cities. It found that many citizens are frustrated with the current set up of the city in which they live and are prepared to show their opinion by leaving for a more digitally advanced city. On average, 40% of residents may leave their city in the future due to a variety of pain points including digital frustrations.The report “Street Smart: Putting the citizen at the center of Smart City initiatives” reveals that more than half of citizens (58%) perceive smart cities as sustainable and that they provide a better quality of urban services (57%). That explains why more than a third of them (36%) are willing to pay more for this enriched urban existence. However, serious challenges to implementation exist, particularly in terms of data and funding.Capgemini has found that only one in ten city officials say they are in the advanced stages of implementing a smart city1 vision, and less than a quarter (only 22%) have begun implementing smart city initiatives – a particular challenge as two-thirds of the world’s population is expected to live in a city by 2050, with the number of megacities2 set to rise from 33 today to 43 by 20303. Moreover, there is a considerable global desire for smart cities among citizens, meaning an accelerated approach would be well received. The key to unlocking an improved urban life According to the report, sustainability is of increased importance for urbanites. Citizens find challenges such as pollution (42%) and of lack of sustainability initiatives (36%) a major concern and may leave their city as a result. However, over the past three years, 42% of city officials say that sustainability initiatives have lagged, and 41% say their cities becoming unsustainable over the next 5-10 years is one of the top five consequences of not adopting digital technology. While smart city initiatives can lead to improvements across urban services, Capgemini has found that perception is key, and that the benefits aren’t just limited to tangible outcomes. Citizens using smart city initiatives are happier with the quality of their city life. For example, 73% say they are happier with their quality of life in terms of health factors, such as air quality. However, this drops sharply to 56% among those who have not used a smart city initiative. More than a third of citizens (36%) are willing to pay to live in a smart city. This figure rises for younger and richer citizens: 44% among millennials, 41% among Gen Z4 respondents and 43% among those earning more than $80,000. Data and funding are critical implementation challenges Although smart cities can solve some of the traditional pain points experienced in cities, such as public transport and security, serious challenges to implementation exist. Data is central to smart city optimization, yet 63% of global citizens say the privacy of their personal data is more important than superior urban services. Meanwhile, almost 70% of city officials say that funding their budget is a major challenge, and 68% of officials say they struggle to access and build the digital platforms needed to develop smart city initiatives. From a citizens’ perspective, 54% think BigTech firms would provide better urban services than those currently in place. Matthias Wieckmann, Head of Digital Strategy, City of Hamburg, says: “When considering a smart city initiative, it is best to start with small uses cases that can be tested before expanding and securing visibility and viability for funding. For city officials early in their journey, smaller solutions will help pave the way faster rather than starting with a big overall solution. It is also easier to find acceptance, support and finance for projects this way.”Smart city initiatives help to manage the COVID-19 crisis Smart Cities can help to address pandemics, Capgemini has found that as the world tackles COVID-19, city officials are using technology to address some of the challenges faced. 68% of city officials have found that digital initiatives like apps which connect people to healthcare facilities or provide remote patient monitoring are helping them to manage the crisis. The city of Bengaluru, India, repurposed its command center into a ‘war room’ to follow patients and draw up containment plans using heat mapping technologies5. In Rome, airport staff are using smart helmets with augmented reality and thermal scanners to screen multiple visitors simultaneously while maintaining a safe distance6.Accelerating implementation requires close collaboration between key stakeholders Innovative technology – and the funds to innovate and deliver – will not in themselves create a smart city. Collaboration between stakeholders like local government officials, citizens, and third parties including start-ups, academic institutes or venture capital funds is key. To that extent, Capgemini recommends a three-phased approach for city officials: * Create a smart city vision with sustainability and resilience as cornerstones. * Empower city officials to act as entrepreneurs and at the same time ensure data protection and trust * Build a culture of innovation and collaboration with citizens and external entitiesPierre-Adrien Hanania, Capgemini’s Global Offer Leader for AI in the Public Sector, says: “Smart city perception and status have become an important differentiator for citizens. It has become crucial for city planners and officials to realize that the citizens are the smartest asset a city has and to put them at the center of smart city initiatives. City officials must work to ensure that technology-led interventions give people the experience and quality of life that they want and need. By doing so, cities will avoid their inhabitants leaving for another city and will enhance their digitization pathway, benefiting of the willingness of citizen to invest in their home. Furthermore, smart initiatives allow cities to be more resilient to challenges like COVID-19 but to achieve that, it is key to federate both the data environment and the city’s stakeholders in order to shape the blueprint of their city together – putting sustainability, data privacy and the city’s DNA at its core.”  To read a full copy of the report and its recommendations, click here. Research methodology The Capgemini Research Institute conducted an extensive consumer survey of more than 10,000 citizens and an executive survey of 310 city officials spread across 10 countries and 58 cities, including the US, the UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Sweden, India, and Singapore.About Capgemini Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, digital transformation, technology and engineering services. The Group is at the forefront of innovation to address the entire breadth of clients’ opportunities in the evolving world of cloud, digital and platforms. Building on its strong 50-year+ heritage and deep industry-specific expertise, Capgemini enables organizations to realize their business ambitions through an array of services from strategy to operations. Capgemini is driven by the conviction that the business value of technology comes from and through people. Today, it is a multicultural company of 270,000 team members in almost 50 countries. With Altran, the Group reported 2019 combined revenues of €17billion. Visit us at People matter, results count.About the Capgemini Research Institute The Capgemini Research Institute is Capgemini’s in-house think-tank on all things digital. The Institute publishes research on the impact of digital technologies on large traditional businesses. The team draws on the worldwide network of Capgemini experts and works closely with academic and technology partners. The Institute has dedicated research centers in India, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States. It was recently ranked 1 in the world for the quality of its research by independent analysts. Visit us at* * *1 For this research Capgemini has used the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe definition of a smart city: “A smart sustainable city is an innovative city that uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) and other means to improve quality of life, efficiency of urban operation and services, and competitiveness, while ensuring that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, social, cultural and environmental aspects”. 2 A megacity is a very large city, especially one with more than 10 million people living in it. 3 “68% of the world population projected to live in urban areas by 2050, says UN”, (UN, May 2018) 4 Millennials (also known as Generation Y) include all those born between the early 1980s and the late 1990s. It succeeds generation X and precedes generation Z beginning in the year 2000. 5 “45 smart city command and control centers turn into COVID-19 war rooms”, The Economic Times, March 2020 6 “Italian airport leads Europe in adopting AR thermal scanning helmets”, Venturebeat, May 2020Attachments * Final-Infographic-Street-Smart * 2020_07_27_Capgemini Press Release_SmartCities_EN

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