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Insightful Analysis to Drive Your Digital Transformation and IoT Strategy. NelsonHall's Digital Transformation and IoT program is a dedicated service for organizations evaluating, or actively engaged in, the outsourcing of all or part of their IT activities.

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Smart IT Services in Utilities

Published on: August 19, 2019 by John Laherty
This NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) analyzes the performance of vendors offering smart IT services in the utilities sector. The NEAT tool allows strategic sourcing managers to assess the capability of vendors across a range of criteria and business situations and identify the best performing vendors overall, and with specific capability around retail services and smart asset services. Vendors evaluated for this NEAT are Atos, Capgemini, DXC Technology, Enzen, IBM, Infosys, Luxoft, NTT Data, TCS, and Tech Mahindra. To find out more, contact Simon Rodd at [email protected]
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Digital Transformation:

  • IT Service Buyers in 2019: Four Key Trends

    Jun 24, 2019, by David McIntire

      NelsonHall has recently completed compiling and analyzing data from a survey of over 1k IT services buyers globally. This research is being published in a series of sector reports (all are available to subscribers here), spanning the 18 sectors analyzed, with geographic breakdowns inco[...]

  • TCS Research & Innovation: Balancing Horizons to Drive Client Value

    May 29, 2019, by David McIntire

      At the recent TCS Innovation Day held in New York, NelsonHall had an opportunity to talk to TCS about how it approaches its research and innovation function, balancing longer-term open-ended research and more immediately applicable innovations to evolve how it delivers services. (For m[...]

  • Integration & Autonomy: Common Traits of Successful Creative Acquisitions in IT Services

    Apr 23, 2019, by David McIntire

      In recent years, many IT services firms have been aggressively acquiring new capabilities in creative areas such as design. One of the key challenges they face in acquiring such firms is managing what can be a significant culture gap between the flexibility of small creative firms a[...]

  • The Move to B2B Platforms: Q&A with Manuel Sevilla, Capgemini CDO

    Jan 15, 2019, by John Willmott

      Platforms have been increasingly important in B2C digital transformation in recent years and have been used to disintermediate and create a whole raft of well-known consumer business opportunities. B2B platforms have been less evident during this period outside the obvious ecosystems b[...]

  • DXC Bets $2bn on Recovery of Luxoft to Scale its Digital Capabilities

    Jan 08, 2019, by David McIntire

    Yesterday morning, DXC announced its intended acquisition of Luxoft in an all cash transaction of $59 per share, around $2bn. This represents a 48% premium over Luxoft’s average closing share price over the previous ninety days (and ~86% premium on Friday’s closing price). The deal i[...]

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latest blog posts on
Digital Transformation:

  • IT Service Buyers in 2019: Four Key Trends

    Jun 24, 2019, by David McIntire

      NelsonHall has recently completed compiling and analyzing data from a survey of over 1k IT services buyers globally. This research is being published in a series of sector reports (all are available to subscribers here), spanning the 18 sectors analyzed, with geographic breakdowns inco[...]

  • TCS Research & Innovation: Balancing Horizons to Drive Client Value

    May 29, 2019, by David McIntire

      At the recent TCS Innovation Day held in New York, NelsonHall had an opportunity to talk to TCS about how it approaches its research and innovation function, balancing longer-term open-ended research and more immediately applicable innovations to evolve how it delivers services. (For m[...]

  • Integration & Autonomy: Common Traits of Successful Creative Acquisitions in IT Services

    Apr 23, 2019, by David McIntire

      In recent years, many IT services firms have been aggressively acquiring new capabilities in creative areas such as design. One of the key challenges they face in acquiring such firms is managing what can be a significant culture gap between the flexibility of small creative firms a[...]

  • The Move to B2B Platforms: Q&A with Manuel Sevilla, Capgemini CDO

    Jan 15, 2019, by John Willmott

      Platforms have been increasingly important in B2C digital transformation in recent years and have been used to disintermediate and create a whole raft of well-known consumer business opportunities. B2B platforms have been less evident during this period outside the obvious ecosystems b[...]

  • DXC Bets $2bn on Recovery of Luxoft to Scale its Digital Capabilities

    Jan 08, 2019, by David McIntire

    Yesterday morning, DXC announced its intended acquisition of Luxoft in an all cash transaction of $59 per share, around $2bn. This represents a 48% premium over Luxoft’s average closing share price over the previous ninety days (and ~86% premium on Friday’s closing price). The deal i[...]

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