News – Capgemini’s Sherry Jones One of Women Leaders in Consulting

Consulting Magazine has recognized Sherry Jones, Principal Consultant in Capgemini’s Technology Services Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Consulting Practice, as one of this year’s Women Leaders in Consulting for outstanding client service.

Jones joined Capgemini six years ago to work on the development of go-to-market solutions in the Human Capital Management space. Since then, she has worked as a key member of Capgemini’s Oracle Leadership team, and she has been responsible for a number of technology projects, such as a large HR Transformation program for a manufacturing client that included a PeopleSoft Implementation. Most recently, Jones managed a spend management program for a home-improvement retail company.

David Northington, vice president, Capgemini US LLC, said “Clients regularly express their appreciation for Sherry’s commitment, professionalism and ability to deliver client work on time and on budget.  Her ability to gain credibility and respect from the client, and to develop excellent working relationships with her teams is at the heart of what makes her such an effective leader.”

In 2008, Jones received Capgemini’s Delivery Excellence Award for her work helping clients transform their supply chain and human resources businesses. She was also selected for and completed the Capgemini Women’s Leadership program.

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