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Euriware

EURIWARE
Private (Subsidiary of Capgemini)
Industry Consulting, IT
Headquarters Guyancourt, France
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Francois Hucher, CEO
Services Consulting, Systems Integration, Outsourcing
Revenue 296 M€ (2010)[1]
Number of employees
2220 employees[2]
Parent Capgemini
Subsidiaries Former subsidiaries: PEA, OPEN CASCADE
Website euriware.com

EURIWARE was a French company that provided advanced Consultancy and IT services in the spheres of energy, industry and defense.

The core business of EURIWARE included consultancy, systems integration (enterprise systems, industrial and technical systems) and outsourcing. EURIWARE was fully owned by AREVA group, a French energy corporation mainly known as a nuclear power provider.[3]

The company had 13 locations in France[4] and 2 locations abroad:

  • in the USA, through former AREVA Federal Services
  • in Russia, through its subsidiary OPEN CASCADE which became a direct subsidiary of Capgemini since the merger of EURIWARE with Capgemini in 2015.

Company core activities

  • Consulting (through its former subsidiary PEA Consulting)
  • Systems Integration
  • Outsourcing (through its former subsidiary OPEN CASCADE)

On May 7, 2014, EURIWARE was acquired by Capgemini[5][6]

On June 17, 2015, EURIWARE was merged with its mother company, Capgemini[7]

External links

  • EURIWARE website

References

  1. ^ Euriware Brochure 2011
  2. ^ EURIWARE website
  3. ^ EURIWARE Profile on AREVA website
  4. ^ EURIWARE Locations
  5. ^ CAPGEMINI 2014 REGISTRATION DOCUMENT ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT, page 17
  6. ^ Capgemini Newsletter
  7. ^ Merger Agreeement
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