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Global Digital Payment Transaction Volumes set to reach 1.3 trillion in 2023 
ANALYSIS

Global Digital Payment Transaction Volumes set to reach 1.3 trillion in 2023 

Paris, September 15, 2023 – The Capgemini Research Institute’s 2023 World Payments Report, published today, reveals non-cash transaction volumes will reach 1.3 trillion by 2023 globally. As consumers and businesses adopt new digital payment schemes, the report suggests this growth will accelerate to 2.3 trillion by 2027 growing at a rate of 15% annually. At a regional level, digital payments will grow by 19.8% across the Asia Pacific, 10.7% in Europe, and 6.5% in North America by 2027.  The expanding digital payment infrastructure, regulations, and open banking are swiftly changing how customers and businesses pay for goods and services. According to the report, by 2027, new payment methods (instant payments, e-money, digital wallets, account-to-account, and QR code payments) will...
Capgemini will Acquire Altran Technologies For $4.1 billion
ACQUISITION

Capgemini will Acquire Altran Technologies For $4.1 billion

Paris and Neuilly-sur-Seine, June 24, 2019 – World's leading IT consulting company Capgemini have entered into an agreement whereby Capgemini is to acquire Altran for $4.1 billion (€3.6 billion) excluding net financial debt of €1.4 billion The acquisition is approved by the Boards of Directors of Capgemini and Altran. Capgemini has also acquire 11% shares of Altran capital from a group of shareholders led by Apax Partners. Paul Hermelin, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Capgemini Group, said, “This proposed combination enables Capgemini to take the lead in a very promising market segment what we call ‘Intelligent Industry’ or the digital transformation of industrial and tech companies. By joining forces, we are positioning ourselves as a clear strategic partner to assist ...
Sad over recent IT layoffs: Narayana Murthy
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Sad over recent IT layoffs: Narayana Murthy

Founder Chairman of Infosys N R Narayana Murthy today expressed sadness over the IT companies laying off their employees as part of their cost cutting strategy. "...It is sad...," Murthy told in an email reply to a Pixr8 query about recent IT layoffs. Murthy, however, did not elaborate on the matter. Infosys had announced that it could hand out pink slips to hundreds of mid and senior-level employees as it carries out bi-annual performance review amid a challenging business environment. The development comes at a time when its peers Wipro and Cognizant are taking similar measures to control costs. The US-based Cognizant had rolled out a voluntary separation programme for directors, associate VPs and senior VPs, offering them 6-9 months of salary. Wipro, too, is learnt to hav...