Capgemini Expands Utilities Team to Help Clients Address Critical Regulatory Compliance and Systems Integration Issues

Capgemini, one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, announced today that three new members - Don Durbin, Roy Ellis and Sudhir Rao – have joined the utilities practice within the Americas Outsourcing Services (AOS ) discipline, bringing with them years of industry experience that will help clients overcome the critical industry business issues of systems integration and regulatory compliance.

"We are very excited to welcome Don, Roy and Sudhir to our team," said Steve Power, vice president, energy, utilities and chemicals, Capgemini. "These professionals bring more utility industry knowledge and experience to our EUC team, and support our growth strategy of becoming the market leader among companies providing services to the utilities industry in North America. Because of our proven experience in the sector, Capgemini offers its clients more advanced solutions to the challenges surrounding issues such as: regulatory compliance, energy conservation and demand management, aging workforce, asset optimization and industry consolidation."

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