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Insurance: InsurTech collaboration is key to the future

Insurance companies are increasingly seizing the opportunities presented by InsurTech disruptors, rather than warning against the challenges they pose. The shift has seen an increase...

World banking report: Banks challenged by tech alternatives

UPDATED As customers of high street banks NatWest and RBS in the UK found themselves unable to bank online or from their mobiles on...

AR beating VR in immersive tech battle, says Capgemini

Immersive technologies are moving from "hypothetical to pragmatic use" in industrial companies, with AR emerging as the early winner, says a new Capgemini report....

Fintech: Intelligent automation could add $512 billion to finance sector

A new report from Capgemini’s Digital Transformation Institute reveals that, by 2020, the financial services industry could reap up to $512 billion in new global revenues...

Capgemini: Consumers welcoming AI – but businesses focused on cost

Consumers are rapidly acclimatising to artificial intelligence, but organisations’ adoption of the technology is largely being driven by cost, not customer benefits, according to...

Customers will punish firms that aren’t ready for GDPR: Capgemini

Eighty-five percent of firms in Europe and the US will not be completely ready for GDPR by the 25 May deadline, according to Capgemini....

Automotive: Smart factories could create $160bn annual gains – Cappgemini

Consulting and global services provider Capgemini says that the automotive sector could benefit from up to $160 billion in annual productivity gains by 2023,...

Benefits of digitized power plants threatened by glacial progress

Consultancy giant Capgemini has revealed the findings of a report into the digitization of power plants. The study, featuring the views of 200 executives...

Smart factories to add $1,500bn to global economy by 2022, says...

Global consultancy and outsourcing company Capgemini has today released the findings from its Smart Factories Report. The survey of 1,000 executives across six sectors, completed...
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