IT services provider Capgemini today said its Q3 2014 revenues rose 2.8 percent to €2,591 million.
Capgemini said its Consulting Services reduced 3 percent, Local Professional Services remained stable, Application Services grew 5.1 percent and Managed Services rose 0.6 percent in Q3.
Revenue of Capgemini in North America increased 11.9 percent, United Kingdom and Ireland region grew 4.0 percent, France dipped 0.5 percent, Benelux fell 0.8 percent, rest of Europe rose 2.9 percent, Asia-Pacific and Latin America region fell 7.2 percent.
Bookings totaled €1,987 million in Q3 2014, up very slightly compared to the same period in 2013.
Capgemini said total headcount of the Group was 141,045, up 7.3 percent on December 31, 2013. Offshore employees totaled 64,616 and represented 45.8 percent of the total headcount. The Indian headcount increased 17 percent over one year.
Paul Hermelin, chairman and CEO of Capgemini Group, said: “Thanks to our global geographic mix, we are able to capitalize on the excellent growth in North America (+11.9 percent). Furthermore, we continue to combine innovation and competiveness in order to offer our clients a service portfolio tailored to their expectations.”