Capgemini has reported revenues of 18,160 million euros in 2021, up 14.6% on 2020. At the same time, the company’s net profit rose 21% to 1,157 million euros in 2021. Capgemini Group’s total headcount stood at 324,700, up 20% year-on-year.
“Capgemini achieved a remarkable performance in 2021 in terms of growth, profitability and cash generation. This is a successful first step in achieving our 2025 ambition, driven by the acceleration of demand in cloud, data and AI,”said Aiman Ezzat, CEO of the Capgemini Group.
All Group business lines maintained solid momentum in the final quarter of 2021. Strategy & Transformation services and Applications & Technology services continued to benefit from robust Digital and Cloud demand. Operations & Engineering services again reported double-digit growth after adjusting for the scope effect of the Odigo divestiture. This performance was again driven by strong double-digit growth in Engineering services, while Infrastructure and Cloud Services and Business Services continued to enjoy solid organic momentum.
Digital and Cloud services – which account for around 65% of Capgemini’s activity – accelerated steadily throughout the year, reporting strong double-digit growth at constant exchange rates, reflecting the priority given by Group clients to critical digital transformation projects. As expected, the Group also benefited from the synergies generated by the Altran acquisition, in particular in the Intelligent Industry market.