Henrik Ljungström new Country Head of Capgemini in Germany

08 February 2021 Consultancy.eu 1 min. read
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Capgemini has appointed two decade company veteran Henrik Ljungström as the new Country Leader for Germany. 

Swedish-origin Henrik Ljungström has been with Capgemini since 1993, and has over the past twenty years grown the firm’s ranks to hold several leadership positions. Most recently, Ljungström led the firm’s Automotive division in Germany – one of the largest industry verticals in the country – for six years. 

Effective 1 January 2021, Ljungström has succeeded Michael Schulte at the helm – Schulte held the role for the pat two years. The Capgemini veteran, who similarly joined the firm in 1993, had previously held management positions in its management consulting wing Capgemini Invent in Germany and the US.

Henrik Ljungstrom, Michael Schulte - Capgemini

Schulte remains with the firm, having been appointed as Head of the Northern and Central Europe regional business unit and a member of the Capgemini Group Executive Board. Ljungström is one of the country heads that report directly to Schulte. 

Ljungström leads a 7-strong management team for Germany further consisting of Steffen Elsässer (Capgemini Invent), Christian Kaupa (Insights & Data), Helmut Hegger (Cloud Infrastructure Services), Oliver Moron (Digital Manufacturing and Engineering Services), Dirk Cain (Sogeti) and Detlev Froese (Financial Services).

Globally, Capgemini has 265,000 people in almost 50 countries. In Germany, the Paris listed IT services group operates from offices in Berlin, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Erfurt, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Köln, Lahr, Leverkusen, Lübeck, München, Nürnberg, and Stuttgart.