Canadian firm CGI announces plans to create 2,500 jobs in France

Canadian IT consulting and services company CGI recently announced plans to consolidate its development in France, and intends to recruit more than 2,500 people throughout France in 2018.

The idea is to increase its capacity to provide digital organization and process consulting support to its clients in major cities across France. “We’ve got great ambitions for the coming years, which can be seen in our 2018 investment plan to increase our footprint in the market,” said Jean-Michel Baticle, President of CGI’s operations in France, Luxembourg and Morocco.

In September this year, CGI already opened a global center of excellence for digital supply chain management in Lyon, which beat off competition from other sites in Stuttgart (Germany) and on the American west coast.

CGI is also launching a hiring campaign on October 9 in Paris and other French regional capitals to find new recruits.

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