Capgemini will launch a new delivery center in Nashville, adding 1,000 jobs to the area. The new office complements Capgemini’s other recent U.S. office openings in Columbia, South Carolina (2020) and Houston, Texas (2021).
Capgemini Expanding to Nashville with New Office
From 2010-2020, the Music City recorded a 15% increase in population growth. Capgemini is part of this recent growth trend. In late 2021, several other high profile tech companies, including Amazon, Oracle, and Facebook, also announced plans to make Nashville a major market.
Nashville has not historically been a major hub for management consulting firms like Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, et al, so this is notable. Due to the area’s growing tech sector and booming population growth, we expect Nashville to continue to attract consulting firms and talent in the coming years, especially in the digital space. The Nashville office will focus on artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT, and enterprise application modernization.
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Help Wanted: Capgemini Jobs are Hot
Capgemini jobs abound. The Capgemini careers page lists many job openings. In the U.S. alone, the firm lists over 800 results for the search criteria “consultant.” If you have a background in tech, IT, data analytics, or similar, you may want to check out what Capgemini has to offer. Consider working with MC to prepare for Capgemini interviews through resume and cover letter reviews or case interview prep.
For a little background about Capgemini, Serge Kamp founded Sogeti, an IT services company in Paris in 1967. The firm grew into what Capgemini is today with 300,000 employees and $16B+ in annual revenue. Check out the full Capgemini firm profile with more specifics on the firm and how to break in.
Nashville is not typically a big consulting town, but that appears to be changing. Capgemini’s intentions to hire 500-1,000 people over the next few years is good news for aspiring IT consultants in the greater Nashville area or folks looking for a change of scenery.
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