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Capgemini 2011 Financial Results- By Capgemini


India, 16 February 2012- The Board of Directors of Cap Gemini S.A., chaired by Serge Kampf, convened in Paris on February 15, 2012 to review and authorize for issue the accounts[2] of Capgemini Group for the year ended December 31, 2011. The key figures are as follows: 

Bookingsduring the year totaled €9,903 million, down on last year (-8.4% like-for-like) during which a large number of Outsourcing Services contracts were renewed. Conversely, Technology Services, Local Professional Services and Consulting Services reported 6.2% growth in bookings and a book-to-bill ratio of 1.12, confirming the dynamism of these markets.

The operating margin is up in each of the Group's four businesses and totals €713 million, or 7.4% of 2011 consolidated revenues, compared to 6.8% in 2010. In line with the objective set by the Group, the operating margin rate for the second-half of 2011 increased one point on the second-half of 2010 to 8.6%. Operating profit increased 21.7% to €595 million.

After a net financial expense of €105 million (compared to €87 million last year) and an income tax expense of €101 million (compared to €124 million last year), Group profit for the year is €404 million, up 44.3% on last year.

Net cash and cash equivalents at December 31, 2011 total €454 million, up €285 million on June 30, 2011, thanks in particular to the generation of considerable free cash flow in the second-half of the year. Acquisitions during the year (particularly Prosodie for €376 million) did not impact the financial strength of the Group.
The Board of Directors decided this day to recommend the payment of a dividend of €1 per share at the next Ordinary Shareholders' Meeting([5]), unchanged on last year

Outlook for 2012

In a market enjoying growth at the beginning of the year, but where visibility remains limited, the Group currently expects low organic growth in revenues, taking account of the public sector cost cuts introduced in the majority of European countries. The operating margin rate should continue to improve.


For Paul Hermelin, Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini Group: "Strengthened by its good results, the Group will continue to focus its offering on high value-added services (meeting in this way the new needs expressed by its customers) and step-up the industrialization of its production model, in order to reinforce its position among global leaders in its business sector."
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Appendix to the press release published February 16, 2012


Operations by major region:

France - which retains its number-one spot among the Group's regions in terms of revenues - saw this latter surge 10.7% on 2010 published figures, that is taking account of the acquisition of Prosodie. Like-for-like growth is 4.9%, thanks to the good performance of Technology Services and Local Professional Services. The operating margin rate for the region increased 2 points on 2010 to 8.7%;

 The United Kingdom and Ireland reported like-for-like growth of 2%, despite substantial cost cuts in the public sector. At 7.1%, the operating margin rate fell 0.8 points on 2010.

North America reported marked growth in revenues (+11.5% like-for-like), driven by project and consulting activities. With an operating margin rate of 8.8% - up 3.6 points on 2010 - North America became the Group's most profitable region;

Benelux remains a difficult market for the sector as a whole, where the Group reported a contraction in revenues (-4.4% like-for-like) and an operating margin rate of 7.4%, down 2.3 points on 2010;

In the other regions, revenue growth (+10.9% on average, like-for-like) was marked by a business recovery in the Nordic countries and improved performance in Central Europe. The average operating margin rate of these regions is 7.9%.


Operations by business:

Technology Services enjoyed sustained like-for-like growth of 8.4%, reflected by a high level of recruitment and an operating margin rate of 6.8%, up slightly on 2010. The situation varied across the Group's regions, with North America reporting a significant increase in profitability while the United Kingdom and Benelux reported downturns;

Outsourcing Services reported like-for-like growth in revenues of 3.0% and an operating margin rate of 7.7%, up 0.6 points on 2010;

Sogeti reported like-for-like growth in revenues of 6.3%, with an operating margin rate (10.9%) up significantly on 2010 (+1.7 point);

Consulting Services, the business most heavily affected by the public sector cost cuts, reported a slight increase in 2011 revenues (+1.2% like-for-like) and even growth of 9.2% in the fourth quarter. The operating margin rate increased over one point to remain - at 12.0% - the highest of the Group's four main businesses.


The Group recruited nearly 33,000 employees in 2011, including just over half in Capgemini's "historical" countries (what we call "onshore"). At December 31, 2011, the total headcount had increased over 10% to 119,707 employees, compared to 108,698 at the end of the prior year. This headcount includes 44,468 offshore employees (including 35,728 in India), representing 37% of the total compared to 35% last year.

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