Capgemini's Fiona Loftus: what it takes to be an ace architect

 October 22, 2019

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In a special video, Fiona Loftus from Capgemini UK's architecture team discusses how good people skills are a significant asset and a requirement when it comes to being 'an ace architect'.

"What makes an ace architect is not only understanding technology and how to apply it, but also being able to have conversations with people, being able to work with people and being able to interpret how to better respond with people and bring them on the journey. Whether you're talking about your teams at Capgemini or whether you're talking with your clients, being able to build those strong relationships is key to our role," says Fiona, who is a Senior Solution Architect. 

Capgemini architects build strong foundations

The role of the architect is varied at Capgemini.

Depending on the need and the scope of the engagement, different types of architects are required, and there is not one architect that will suit all needs.

Architects are at the heart of the Capgemini business. They drive drive change through technological innovations that create business opportunities. They shape and translate business and IT strategies and needs into reliable, sustainable technology solutions.

The company offers architect opportunities in the UK, Germany, India, Poland and further countries.

Learn more about the career development opportunities available and the role architects play within the Capgemini business.

Further your architect career with Capgemini

Do you aspire to be one of Capgemini's ace architects?

Explore Capgemini's exciting architecture opportunities available and then search and apply for a relevant job with the company today.


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