Anne Bioulac re-joins Capgemini Invent as a Vice President

15 March 2021 2 min. read
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Capgemini Invent has strengthened its senior team in France with the appointment of Anne Bioulac, a former senior partner of Roland Berger.

Anne Bioulac joins Capgemini Invent – the management consulting arm of IT services giant Capgemini – from Augustus Intelligence, a New York based start-up specialised in the development of artificial intelligence solutions, where she as a managing director and most recently transitioned to the role of strategic advisor.

Before that, Bioulac spent nearly twenty-five years in the consulting industry, fifteen of which at Roland Berger in France. At the strategy consulting firm, she grew the ranks to senior partner and co-head of the firm’s 300-strong Paris office. She was a member of Roland Berger’s Technology, Media and Telcom, Digital and Information Management practices, and was a leader in its Terra Numerata network.

Anne Bioulac re-joins Capgemini Invent as a Vice President

Earlier in her career, Bioulac worked four years for Oliver Wyman and over a decade at Capgemini Invent (at the time Capgemini Consulting) and Bossard Consultants (which was acquired by Capgemini in 1997 and became part of its consulting wing).

For insiders, her return to the consulting scene doesn’t come as a surprise. After leaving the sector she told French platform Consultor in an interview that she will “always remain a bit of a consultant” in her mind, and now 1,5 years later she has put the saying into practice.

Her latest career move sees her re-join Capgemini Invent as a Vice President in its Brand & Experience division. This arm helps clients with “transforming their brands in order to thrive in today’s experience economy.” The unit offers a multi-disciplinary offering combining the disciplines of strategy, technology, data science and creative design.

Capgemini Invent is among a select group of consulting firms globally that generates revenues of over $1 billion. The consultancy is led by Cyril Garcia, who knows Bioulac from their joint spell at Bossard Consultants in the ‘90’s.