to Capgemini’s first
Integrated Report

This year, for the first time, we release digitally and in print, an Integrated Report aligned with the ‹IR› Framework as published by the International Integrated Reporting Council.

It is a key communication intended for all our stakeholders to explain who we are at Capgemini: a technology-enabled business transformation company serving global clients and a leading responsible company, using our expertise for positive impact.

Confident about the future, we believe that financial and non-financial performance are both critical to creating sustainable value for all. We would be delighted to gather your comments at integratedreporting@capgemini.com

Paul Hermelin

Chairman and CEO

Hubert Giraud

People Management and Transformation

Christine Hodgson

Corporate Social Responsibility

Rosemary Stark


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2017 in figures

Capgemini recorded an excellent performance in 2017, with growth acceleration fueled by Digital and Cloud.


in billions of euros

RA revevnues

The Group generated revenues of €12,792 million in 2017, up 2.0% compared with 2016. Growth is 4.0% at constant exchange rates, above the 3.0% target set at the beginning of the year. Organic growth (i.e. excluding the impact of currency fluctuations and changes in Group scope) is 3.6%.

Operating margin*

in millions of euros and as a % of revenues

RA Operating margin

Operating margin amounted to €1,493 million, or
11.7% of revenues, an increase of 20 basis points year-on-year, in line with annual objectives. Profitability continued to improve, reflecting the Group’s ability to pursue industrialization while rapidly expanding its innovation businesses.


* Operating margin is one of the Group’s key performance indicators. It is defined as the difference between revenues and operating expenses and it is calculated before “Other operating income and expenses”.

Normalized earnings per share

in euros

RA Free cash flow

Normalized earnings per share stood at €6.22, representing an increase of 11% year-on-year, highlighting the growth in earnings and the decrease in the number of shares. Normalized earnings per share is defined as basic earnings per share adjusted for the items recognized in “Other operating income and expenses”, net of tax calculated using the effective tax rate.

* Adjusted for a one-off tax income of €476 million in 2015 and €180 million in 2016.

Free cash flow

in millions of euros

RA Normalized earnings per share

Organic free cash flow reached €1,080 million in 2017, exceeding the €950 million objective set at the beginning of the year.

Revenue breakdown

RA Revenue breakdown

Digital and Cloud offerings

as a percentage of revenues

RA Digital and Cloud offerings

Digital and Cloud revenues continued to expand, growing 24% at constant exchange rates to reach €4.9 billion, representing 38% of 2017 revenues.


in billions of euros

RA Bookings

Bookings totaled €12,890 million during the year,
up slightly (+1% at constant exchange rates) compared to €13,027 million in 2016.

Capgemini share price

in euros, compared to CAC 40 and STOXX Europe 600 indexes, from December 31, 2015 to February 28, 2018

RA Capgemini share price

Shareholder structure

at the end of December 2017 (based on a shareholder survey)

RA Shareholder structure

Dividend per share

in euros

RA Dividend per share

The Group has an established dividend distribution policy that ensures a balance between the investments required for its development and the distribution of profits to shareholders. In 2017, Capgemini paid a dividend of €262 million and devoted €176 million to the multi-year share buyback program.

Shareholder information

For ongoing information about the Group, shareholders can refer to Capgemini’s investors website or contact the investor relations team at actionnaires@capgemini.com.