Assessment was based on interaction with IoT service providers, client reference checks and assessment of the IoT services market
Global IT services provider, HCL Technologies has been recognised among leaders for Internet of Things (IoT) services in a report published by the global management consulting and research firm, Everest Group.
According to the Internet of Things Services – PEAK Matrix Assessment and Market Trends, HCL Technologies offers end–to–end IoT services and its IoT WoRKS business unit is positioned as a strong partner for key IoT investment initiatives “enabled by its strong engineering heritage together with strategic partnerships”.
In total 16 IoT services providers were analysed for the study, and the assessment was based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for the calendar year 2016, interaction with IoT service providers, client reference checks, and assessment of the IoT services market.
“As enterprises increasingly adopt IoT to achieve operational and growth objectives, they need a transformation partner with strong domain understanding to help them derive benefits from their investments,” said Chirajeet Sengupta, vice president, Everest Group.
“HCL Technologies capitalises on its engineering heritage to offer a credible solutions portfolio and a strong partnership ecosystem. Its flexibility on engagement models and investments in talent and innovation improve client confidence and align well with clients’ expectations.”
“IoT WoRKS is proud to be positioned among leaders by Everest Group, the leading independent consulting & research firm. With comprehensive end–to–end offerings, sophisticated frameworks and IPs, IoT WoRKS today offers one of the most comprehensive and mature portfolios globally for IoT technology services. said Sukamal Banerjee, corporate vice president, HiTech & Communications – ERS and global head – IoT WoRKS, HCL Technologies
It aims to partner with Global 2000 organisations to take a structured approach to customize IoT initiatives for specific business needs, driving tangible business outcomes and financial goals.
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