Google Apps distributor CapGemini may move to India

CapGemini became the largest distributor of Google Apps with a deal signed in September. Under the deal CapGemini collects a £25 licence fee for each install, plus additional fees for service and maintenance, and Google gets exposure to over one million corporate desktops. Indian IT services giant Wipro is said to be in “hectic negotiations” […]

CapGemini became the largest distributor of Google Apps with a deal signed in September. Under the deal CapGemini collects a £25 licence fee for each install, plus additional fees for service and maintenance, and Google gets exposure to over one million corporate desktops.

Indian IT services giant Wipro is said to be in “hectic negotiations” with bankers over financing a deal to acquire uber-consulting firm CapGemini for $7 Billion.[Techcrunch]

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