Altran News - North America
Capgemini and Altran create a global digital transformation leader for industrial and tech companies
Capgemini and Altran Technologies, the global leader in Engineering and R&D services, announce they have entered into an agreement for exclusive negotiations whereby Capgemini is to acquire Altran.
“Blockchain, also, is a much more natural fit in - not in terms of total disruption of something - but as an alternative lightweight approach to workflow,” explained Walid Negm, group chief innovation officer at Altran. “You really have to see a use case before a technology, rather than a technology before a use case,” added Jitendra Thethi, AVP - Technology.
R. Ezhirpavai says, “As far as industry sectors are concerned, large enterprises will pioneer private 5G networks as they have the budget and resources. Entertainment, sports, defence, oil rigs, mines and the aerospace industry will opt for private 5G networks.”
“Look beyond the glitz 5G advertising – and the technology does play a major role transforming the future of business. 5G dovetails 4G with a significant technological improvement for enterprises: industry 4.0 (I4.0),” writes R. Ezhirpavai, VP Technology at Altran.
“One of the biggest conundrums has been to demonstrate the value of containers when making the transition,” writes Raghu Kishore Vempati.
Altran, the global leader in engineering and R&D services, announced today that Brian Bronson, a veteran technology executive, has joined the company as President of its global Platforms and Solutions business.