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Capgemini Opens New Centre in Rhondda


Capgemini, one of the world’s largest providers of technology and outsourcing services, has opened a new centre in Treforest, Rhondda.

The state of the art premises will create 100 new roles at the firm and will see it host 40 apprentices over the next three years. They’ll be trained on Capgemini’s higher apprenticeship scheme.

As well as creating new job opportunities, the new office will see employees deliver projects using the agile method and will encourage collaborative and flexible working at the same time.

First Minister Carwyn Jones was at the opening of the office the other week and spoke of how Capgemini is one of the latest projects contributing to the creation of more than 4,120 new inward investment jobs.



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