|By Business Wire||
|February 27, 2014 02:35 AM EST||
Paul Nannetti, Group Sales and Portfolio Director, and Member of the Group Executive Committee at Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has appointed Corporate Vice President Perry Stoneman, as the new Head of Sectors for Capgemini Group, with immediate effect.
Perry Stoneman, Capgemini Corporate Vice President and Head of Sectors (Business Wire)
“Perry has led a transformation of our Utilities portfolio and was at the inception of our Smart Metering business. He helped confirm Capgemini as a true global leader in this segment,” said Paul Nannetti. “I am delighted that he has agreed to take on responsibility for our overall global sector programs, and am looking forward to working with him to further build content and solutions specific to our customers’ industries, supported by our teams with deep sector experience.”
Biography of Perry Stoneman:
Perry began his career as an IS Projects Manager with Metropolitan Life in Canada and then spent 10 years as CEO and Founder of Certus Concepts Online Inc. Over the course of his career, Perry has also held executive leadership roles in delivery and sales positions across a wide range of industry sectors.
Perry joined Capgemini in 2002 managing the Canadian Outsourcing Business Project Delivery Group. He began building the practice for Capgemini’s Smart Meter and Smart Grid solutions in 2004. Under his direction Capgemini became a leader in smart grid and advanced metering infrastructure offers: today Capgemini provides Smart Energy Services to over 75 global utility clients, representing 113 million metered customers actively engaged in smart energy programs.
Between 2006 and 2008, Perry held the position of Capgemini’s Business Development practice for the company’s North America Energy, Utilities & Chemicals sector, where his responsibilities included a comprehensive portfolio of Capgemini’s strategy, sales, marketing and alliances in the US and Canada.
In 2009, Perry took on a global role leading Smart Energy Services service line, and in 2012 he was appointed Utilities Global Sector Leader.
Perry is a Canadian citizen who lives in Toronto with his family. He holds an Honors Bachelor of Mathematics and Honors Computer Science, Co-operative Program, from the University of Waterloo.
Note to editors:
- A high-resolution photograph of Perry is available on request
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