Capgemini has launched CapgeminiGreen, a web site that brings together all the company’s information on its green, sustainability and environment offerings.
The web site comprises two tools:
Green Cube is a consolidated view of all the green capabilities the company offers to clients. It includes information about how green issues are impacting business, the company’s internal achievements and examples of how Capgemini’s services can help clients. It covers a variety of business areas, from office IT through to smart energy solutions and is split into six areas; Thought leadership, Success stories, Capgemini’s approach, Services, Achievements and Drivers.
Green Office is an interactive guide that gives background and information on a variety of specific offerings from the company, including such things as cloud computing, printing solutions, PC power management, software as a service and video and voice conferencing.
Nothing particularly revolutionary here, but it is good to see the client-facing content brought together so concisely. It does bring home the various areas of business that can, and should, be addressed and how ICT can help. It allows Capgemini to easily show of the broad range of its green IT offerings – for that reason I would expect others to follow.