Capgemini appoints chief operating officer

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Capgemini has appointed a new chief operating officer to its Australian and New Zealand division.

Olaf Pietschner was named chief operating officer of Capgemini Australian and New Zealand (ANZ).

Mr Pietschner’s past roles include chief investment officer of Origin Energy and IT director of News Corp where he focused on the business’ digital transformation.


Head of Capgemini ANZ Nicolas Aidoud said Mr Pietschner brings with him “extensive experience in business, technology consulting and digital transformation”.

“Capgemini is committed to adding value to our clients and Olaf will be instrumental in driving our offerings in intelligent technology to help our clients improve their competitiveness by delivering growth,” Mr Aidoud said.

Mr Pietschner said, “I am very excited to return to Capgemini to be part of what is undoubtedly the most collaborative, innovative and results orientated consulting and technology organisation in the market, and to support our group ambition for Australia in driving competitiveness and growth.”

“We will drive innovation with our clients to create value for their ongoing digital transformation and to foster top talent in Capgemini.”

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