CGI Updates Brand, Logo Following Logica Buy; Lorne Gorber Comments

CGI logo_GovConWireCGI Group (NYSE: GIB) has updated its brand to incorporate Logica’s products in an initiative aimed at reflecting CGI’s expanded presence and service offerings worldwide.

The refresh includes updated messaging, visual identity platforms and a new logo, CGI said Monday.

CGI now has $10.2 billion in annual revenue and employs 72, 000 staff in 40 countries following its $2.7 billion acquisition of U.K.-based information technology firm, which completed Aug. 20, 2012.

“The evolution of CGI’s brand is key to reflecting the strengths of our combined business and positions us as a unified, global champion, ” said Lorne Gorber, senior vice president for global communications and investor relations.

CGI named George Schindler, president of U.S. operations, to a global operations leadership team in August as part of efforts to integrate Logica into CGI.

Schindler and the team’s six other members report to Michael Roach, chairman and CEO.

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