Capgemini announced that it has been named a “Leader” in NelsonHall’s Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) 2021 report for Learning Services. It has been recognized in both the Overall and the Digital Learning Transformation Journey market segments, for its ability to meet future client requirements and delivery of immediate benefits, enabling a client’s digital learning journey. NelsonHall evaluated a total of 14 learning service providers in this report.
Capgemini was acknowledged for its global presence and its range of IT skills training and certification programs, including its academies, the Capgemini University and its content design factory. The report also highlights Capgemini’s focus on digital-led learning to enable an organization’s digital transformation journey and its continued investment in this regard with new service offerings such as Workforce Transformation; Learning Platforms-as-a Service; its AI-enabled digital learning platform, Next; and Knowledge Management.
“We’re delighted to be positioned as a ‘Leader’ for the second time in a row. It underlines our ability to provide frictionless, best-in-class learning solutions to help our clients meet their workforce transformation goals and achieve their business outcomes. As organizations continue to work virtually, maintaining an engaged, skilled, and motivated workforce is the biggest challenge that organizations face today. Our suite of easy-to-activate learning platforms and integrated service management tools provides clients with tailored learning solutions leveraging intelligent automation, enabling them to engage and retain talent and in turn improve their employer branding,” said Stephan Paolini, Global People Practice Leader at Capgemini’s Business Services.
“Capgemini has been recognized as a ‘Leader’ for its commitment in the digital learning space and continuous investment to address the digital skills gap. It helps clients embrace the future of learning by leveraging various frameworks for digital transformation to create engaging learning solutions using some of the best AI-driven technology/tools in the market,” said Nikki Edwards, Principal Research Analyst with NelsonHall’s HR Technology & Services practice.