Capgemini named a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Business Analytics (BA) Services, Worldwide 2017
Gartner, Inc., Magic Quadrant for Business Analytics Services, Worldwide, Jorgen Heizenberg, Twiggy Lo, Neil Chandler, 14 February 2017.
Gartner defines the Business Analytics Services Magic Quadrant market as inclusive of full-service providers for a broad range of implementation services across multiple business analytics (BA) engagements. Clients can use this Magic Quadrant to help identify and evaluate the providers of a broad range of BA services for their organization.
According to Gartner, this Magic Quadrant evaluates the suppliers for their project-based consulting and system integration offerings. The IT services providers are assessed on their current and potential market impact, how often they appear on shortlists, the degree to which they are evaluated by respondents to Gartner’s primary research surveys, and how often Gartner analysts’ interactions with clients result in interest in specific providers.
The strengths cited in the report include Capgemini’s increased focus on digital analytics centralized around real-time intelligence, cognitive and artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, the Internet of Things (IoT) and enhanced data management, which have clearly added many layers of innovation over the years.
Capgemini’s global, full-service capabilities across data and analytics and its efficient technology partnerships – constantly introducing new solutions – have established the organization as a strong brand in the global business analytics market.
We are proud to have been recognized as a leader in Business Analytics by Gartner for our commitment to applied innovation and for our ability to bring that power on the road for our clients. Our pioneering and ongoing investments in the latest data science techniques and big data technologies have only one purpose: to help our customers on their Journey to Insights, drive business value for them by providing insights at the point of action,” said John Brahim, Head of Insights & Data at Capgemini.
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