Capgemini is a multi-billion dollar international consultancy focused on leader technology services and digital transformation. Capgemini’s global workforce comprises 200,000 team members in over 40 countries. Capgemini underwent a huge re-platforming project, migrating their network of 38 sites from their legacy Drupal CMS to WordPress VIP.
Drupal had become a choke point, causing unnecessary production delays
Capgemini’s legacy Drupal CMS was no longer improving workflows or supporting their editorial needs. To make matters worse, Drupal’s lack of backward compatibility made the website increasingly unstable. Finally, the system no longer supported their digital roadmap. To make matters worse, teams across Capgemini were becoming frustrated with the lack of usability and extensibility. Understandably, teams created their own solutions outside the group platform. These workarounds created a governance nightmare.
Capgemini migrated 38 sites to WordPress—which immediately increased productivity
Capgemini had a clear requirement: their new platform would promote a decentralized approach to publishing and provide a workflow and communication framework to increase visibility into the production process. Migrating to WordPress quickly alleviated Capgemini’s content creation challenges.
“We needed a system and a piece of technology that would force a reckoning of our team members to actually learn what digital publishing is, and what digital marketing means today, in a bunch of different cultures, languages, and markets.”
— Parker Ward, Director, Content Marketing and Communications
Now, Capgemini’s teams deliver seamless user experiences across languages, cultures, and markets
WordPress VIP helped Capgemini leap into a new digital culture of creation with a robust, usable, and intuitive CMS. Now, the CMS supports Capgemini in delivering their business objectives and empowers their global network of teams to do their jobs effectively.
To learn more about this work with Capgemini, including detailed results of their successful migration, download the executive summary here. You can also watch Parker Ward discuss the project during his talk at Big WP London.
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