Devesh Nayel to Lead Capgemini’s Manufacturing and Financial Services for Global BPO

Devesh Nayel has joined Capgemini’s global business process outsourcing business unit and will lead its manufacturing and financial services operations out of the Indian city of Bangalore, India Infoline reported Thursday.

The close-to-30-year industry veteran joins Capgemini from a finance director role with British Telecom, where he worked for four years to transofrm its global information technology platform operations.

As part of Capgemini’s global management team, Nayel will serve on the BPO executive committee and worked to generate revenue in India, which the company considers an importance source of new business opportunities for its global sourcing and industrialization delivery network.

“With Devesh coming on board, we will further strengthen our focus on bringing business transformation to clients in the manufacturing and financial services sectors,” said Capgemini India CEO Aruna Jayanthi.

“These industry segments are key growth drivers for our global BPO operations, are a significant part of India’s growing economy, and are part of the company’s overall growth strategy,” he added.

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