Capgemini 2007 First Quarter Revenues up by 18.5% on the same period last year
At current rates and perimeter, published revenues were up by 18.5%, following the consolidation of Kanbay from January 1, 2007. At constant rates and perimeter the Group’s growth on the same quarter of 2006 still amounted to 14.2%.

Paris, 26 April 2007 – The Capgemini Group has published consolidated revenue figures for the first quarter of 2007 of €2,214 million against €1,869 million for the first quarter of 2006 (and €2,035

• Outside of Kanbay, the Group’s growth on the same quarter of 2006 can be broken down as follows:

�� By region, Europe and Asia Pacific has seen growth of 14%, led by the United Kingdom and Ireland region whose revenues were up by 19%, along with the Nordic countries, Italy and Asia Pacific, who recorded growth of more than 20%. In North America revenues have risen by 12%.

�� By discipline, strongest growth was recorded in Outsourcing Services (+18%) which has benefited from the ramp-up of several major contracts. Revenues for Consulting Services and Technology Services were up by 12 %, while those for Sogeti have risen by 8%.

Bookings for the first quarter of 2007 amounted to €2,148 million compared to €2,990 million for the first quarter of 2006. For Outsourcing Services they were down by a billion Euros against those for the first quarter of 2006, during which large contracts with General Motors and HM Revenue and Customs were signed. However, bookings for the other disciplines (Consulting Services,

Technology Services and Local Professional Services) have gone up by 14% and the book-to-bill ratio which reached 108% on average, was over 135% for North America.

• Kanbay has recorded revenues of €93 million for the first quarter of 2007, growing at constant rates and perimeter at nearly 27% on the same quarter of 2006. Kanbay significantly strengthens the

Group’s presence in the Financial Services sector and consolidates its position in North America, which now represents nearly 20% of total Group revenues, as well as in India, where the workforce has recently passed the 12,500 mark.

• Following the high level of activity recorded for the first quarter, the Group is upwardly revising its revenue growth target for the whole of 2007, by a percentage point.