Capgemini buys Singapore-based Salesforce specialist Aodigy

08 September 2022 2 min. read

Global professional services and technology giant Capgemini has acquired Aodigy, a Singapore-based company specialised in Salesforce capabilities.

The deal is Capgemini’s fifth in Asia Pacific over the past 24 months, as the Paris-listed group seeks to expand its footprint in the region and in hot-demand segments such as Salesforce.

Globally, Capgemini is one of Salesforce’s larger consulting and implementation partners, with Aodigy adding a team of around 40 staff to its practice in Asia Pacific.

Capgemini buys Singapore-based Salesforce specialist Aodigy

“Companies and public sector departments are looking for ways to deliver exceptional personalised experiences while continuously reinventing their businesses and offerings,” said Olaf Pietschner, CEO of Asia Pacific at Capgemini.

“We are responding to this client demand by creating one of the region’s largest and most awarded customer experience teams specialising in the Salesforce ecosystem. I am delighted that Aodigy is now part of this ambition and am looking forward to welcoming them to the team.”

Founded in 2017, Aodigy provides advisory and implementation services within the Salesforce domain, with a focus on customer engagement, sales optimisation, customer interaction, cloud migration and business process automation.

Commenting on the joining of forces with Capgemini, Tjioe Yeow Chong, partner at Aodigy said: “Joining Capgemini means we will be able to offer new career opportunities for our highly skilled people and provide our clients in Singapore and Vietnam with access to the scale and breadth of Capgemini’s world-class end to end business solutions.”

Last year, Capgemini’s Salesforce team in Singapore was flown in by national carrier Singapore Airlines to support a worldwide rollout of 1Point – a Salesforce solution that helps streamline customer experience management.