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Colleagues' stories

Curious about how people experience working at Capgemini? What kinds of projects they work on and what they really enjoy about their work? Then by all means, read their stories.

Log centralization with Elastic
The ‘big data revolution’ is a recent phenomenon and still an ongoing endeavor. Companies are collecting data on a large scale, but in order to extract real value from it, they need to bring the organization, collection and extraction of data to the next level.
Four reasons why you should work at Capgemini Invent!
Tom Stammes started working at Capgemini Invent last July and after two months, he was already able to draw important conclusions. Even though Tom just joined, he already feels at home, he has great colleagues, the company culture is a perfect fit for him, the introduction period has taught him all about the company in no time and has prepared him for the life of a consultant.
A day in my life as a managing consultant
For a managing consultant, no two days are alike. Sometimes it can even be quite hectic. Getting the kids ready for school, catching the train on time and preparing for a meeting and training session with the client along the way. Colleague Lonneke van Schaik knows all about it, and here she shows us what a day in her life is like.
“You’re immediately taken seriously here, even if you’re just starting out”
Before and during her internship at Capgemini, Emily attended various in-house days at other companies as well. After all, the grass could be slightly greener on the other side, right? Following her internship, Emily nevertheless decided to stay and she is now very happy to be working as a management consultant at Capgemini Invent. So why did she stay and what is she doing now? Keep reading to find out.