CGI extends offering to include Mac end-user computing solutions for UK enterprise clients

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CGI (NYSE: GIB) (TSX: GIB.A), the global IT and business consulting services firm, has announced an extension to its scope of services for UK enterprise clients through the addition of Mac end-user computing (EUC) solutions.

CGI is extending its offering to include a comprehensive framework of services, including assessment, deployment, management, and lifecycle solutions for Mac and the Apple platformCGI’s Digital Workplace Strategy enables clients, and their employees, to gain the flexibility to work on their preferred device, fostering a productive and inclusive work environment.

A growing awareness of how user experience (UX) can impact employee satisfaction, productivity and performance is driving a focus on flexibility – a key deliverable of EUC – enabling organisations to offer a choice of tools and devices to employees, particularly at a time when hybrid working arrangements are becoming more prevalent.

Organisations can also commission an Apple Readiness Assessment from CGI, which helps to ensure a seamless integration process, whilst optimising device lifecycles, reducing travelling by enabling hybrid work, manufacturing using sustainable materials, services and processes all contribute towards organisations reaching their sustainability goals.

Tara McGeehan, President, CGI UK and Australia, said “We are extremely pleased to be adding Mac to our end-user computing offering. At CGI, we are passionate about providing an inclusive workplace in-house and fostering this ethos in our client base. Empowering employees to decide what device works best for them ensures employers, including ourselves, attract and retain the best talent and are able to drive stronger performance.”

CGI has developed significant experience as a Managed Service Provider on the Apple platform following the successful deployment and management of over 100,000 iPad in schools controlled by Glasgow City Council, City of Edinburgh Council and Scottish Borders Council. A significant aspect of this programme is the Empowered Learning initiative, which is signalling a revolution in digital education across Scotland. By equipping pupils with the necessary tools, this transformative initiative ensures that every student begins their learning journey from the same starting point, providing them the resources they need to shape a promising future.

David Robertson, Chief Executive, Scottish Borders Council, praised the programme stating “Our work with CGI and Apple has enabled us to ensure young people are ready for a digital future and ensure the modernisation of digital education provision. Having seen the capability of both organisations, I am delighted to see that CGI is now expanding its offerings for workplaces across the UK with Mac in Enterprise.”

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