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Capgemini launches “Sustainable computing“ to reduce the carbon footprint of IT: Ffirst offeris lying of Capgemini end-to-end sustainability framework
Sustainable computing helps clients achieve their sustainability goals by reducing the environmental impact of their business IT and createis lying an organization-wide culture about zero net goals.
Paris, June 9, 2021 – Capgemini unveils a new sustainable IT offeris lying, designed to help customers reduce their IT carbon footprint. greinject emissions generated by corporate IT1 could be compared to the third largest country, in terms of energy consumption, and are is expected to grow significantly with digital acceleration. Ssustainable computing is a building block of Capgemini‘s global sustainability offeringis lying frame. The group is in a unique position to support clients in their sustainable development journey through his technical expertise, tailor-made approach, and a strong ecosystem of partners.
IT generates 4% of global CO2 emissions and consumption is expected to triple from 2010 to 20252. Organizations in all sectors must both reduce their carbon footprint and become catalysts for positive climate action. A recent report from the Capgemini Research Institute suggests that 61% of organizations that have developed a comprehensive roadmap to accelerate sustainable computing3 implementation resulted in improved ESG scores, 56% saw improved customer satisfaction, and 44% saw tax savings through sustainable IT practices. Additionally, companies that have already scaled sustainable IT use cases have seen an average of 12% cost savings.4.
New offeris lying goes beyond IT consumption
Capgemini’s new offering goes beyond the structural transformation of IT in terms of consumption habits and ways of working, to enable clients to create a sustainable IT culture at the scale of the company. organization. Capgemini works with its clients to provide qualitative and diagnostic tools that establish basic business approaches for a sustainable practice. Across all business functions, Capgemini takes a holistic approach to identify a company’s emissions hot spots and reduce their environmental impact.
“Sustainability is a key pillar of our strategic ambition and we are committed at helpis lying our clients reache their net zero Goals. Sustainable IT is the first block of Capgeminiis new durability to offeris lying frame, Which one is the the backbone of a climate positive future. Oorganizations need to reassess their sustainability approaches to unleash the potential of smart technologies and move of a mstrategy and-zero to green product and service experiences,“ comments Aiman Ezzat, CEO of Capgemini.
The offer has already been applied to several key customers in the banking, insurance, utilities, industry, utilities and energy sectors.
Capgemini’s strong network includes partners such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Application Providers, Computer Hardware Manufacturers (OEMs) and Infrastructure / Cloud Providers which provide further end-to-end opportunities for accelerate the sustainable customer journey with this new offer.
It is based on a holistic four-pillar framework focused on:
Sustainable IT strategy: Define a shared vision that includes a qualitative and quantitative analysis of an organization’s IT environmental impact. Quantitative analysis includes the “Life Cycle Analysis” methodology which covers the impact of devices, infrastructure, applications and data. This allows organizations to assess their sustainability IT maturity score, allowing them to develop the right roadmap to meet their sustainability goals.
Sustainable IT transformation: Leverage 50 existing levers identified to reduce carbon emissions generated by enterprise IT through hardware, infrastructure, data and software. This pillar of the transformation includes levers such as server optimization, migration to the cloud, eco-design of applications, data rationalization or even the sustainable IT module for the economic management of the application portfolio ( eAPM) owner of Capgemini to not only reduce the carbon footprint but also reduce operating costs.
Sustainable IT employees: Evolve IT consumption habits and employee work methods to embrace a sustainable IT culture through a set of engagement tools and training programs, which can be easily deployed to accelerate awareness and awareness. workforce mobilization.
IT for a sustainable business: Leverage new technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and analytics to address an organization’s environmental challenges that enable capture, assessment and effective data analysis, monitoring and control, supports decision making. It is enriched and facilitated by the Capgemini Applied Innovation Grant5 global network.
Capgemini is a global leader in partnering with businesses to transform and manage their businesses by harnessing the power of technology. The Group is guided on a daily basis by its objective of freeing human energy through technology for an inclusive and sustainable future. It is a responsible and diverse organization with 270,000 team members in nearly 50 countries. With its strong 50-year heritage and deep industry expertise, Capgemini has the confidence of its clients to meet all of their business needs, from strategy and design to operations, fueled by the changing world. fast and innovative cloud, data, AI and connectivity. , software, digital engineering and platforms. The Group achieved worldwide sales of 16 billion euros in 2020.
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1 Business computing generates around 11 MtCO2e of greenhouse emissions (2) and 53.6 million tonnes of electronic waste (2) worldwide per year.
2 “LEAN ICT” — TOWARDS DIGITAL SOBRIETE – The Shift Project.
3 Sustainable computing is an umbrella term that describes an environment-centric approach to the design, use, and disposal of computer hardware and software applications, as well as the design of associated business processes. The term also extends to activities such as responsible mining of rare metals used to develop computer hardware, water conservation and the application of circular economy principles throughout the life cycle of the plant. technology. Capgemini’s research covers four key areas of enterprise computing, including user hardware and devices, communication networks and systems, applications and data, and cloud computing.
4 Sustainable IT report published by Capgemini Research Institute in May 2021.
5 Capgemini’s Applied Innovation Exchange (AIE) brings together a framework for action, a global network of exchanges and a rich and diverse ecosystem to deliver a high-performance innovation engagement experience through a portfolio of more than 20 services separate covering the whole of the applied innovation process.
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