Capgemini will work with World Rugby as the Global Digital Transformation Partner to enhance the digital experience for fans and coaches by applying its market-leading capabilities in data analysis, artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud
As part of a new three year-partnership agreement, Capgemini has become the Global Digital Transformation Partner of World Rugby.
Over 30 years ago Capgemini supported French domestic clubs and was the Official Technology and Consulting sponsor for Rugby World Cup 2007 in France. Furthermore, Capgemini is currently the Global Innovation Partner for the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series among other commitments.
To enhance the tournament’s unforgettable moments on and off the field; Capgemini will work with Frans 2023. Capgemini, through its deep technology expertise will support the tournament’s management systems and play an instrumental role in the delivery of results including the men’s and women’s World Rugby Rankings with France 2023. In addition, over the coming three years, Capgemini will work with World Rugby as the Global Digital Transformation Partner to enhance the digital experience for fans and coaches by applying its market-leading capabilities in data analysis, artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud.
Aiman Ezzat, Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini said, “I am thrilled that Capgemini will bring its deep expertise in innovation, digital and technology to enrich the experience of one of the major global sporting events of 2023. This new worldwide partnership reflects the international breadth and diversity of the Capgemini Group on the global stage”.
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