CGI Group, Inc. Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
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Description of the company
The mission of CGI is to help its clients with professional services of outstanding quality, competence and objectivity, delivering the best solutions to fully satisfy client objectives in information technology (“IT”), business processes and management. In all we do, we foster a culture of partnership, intrapreneurship and integrity, building a global IT and business process services company.
CGI is unique compared to most companies. We not only have a vision, but also a dream: “To create an environment in which we enjoy working together and, as owners, contribute to building a company we can be proud of.” This dream has motivated us since our founding in 1976 and drives our vision: “To be a global, world-class IT and business process services leader helping our clients succeed.”
In pursuing this dream and vision, CGI has been highly disciplined throughout its history in executing a “Build and Buy” profitable growth strategy comprised of four pillars that combine profitable organic growth (“Build”) and accretive acquisitions (“Buy”):
Pillar 1: Smaller contract wins, renewals and extensions;
Pillar 2: Large, long-term transformational outsourcing contracts;
Pillar 3: Small firm or niche player acquisitions; and
Pillar 4: Large, transformational acquisitions.