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IoT Services

Published on: August 22, 2018 by Dominique Raviart
This NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) analyzes the performance of vendors offering Internet of Things (IoT) Services as part of their IT services portfolio. 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 a specific focus on efficiency improvement, offerings enhancement, CX, and enabling new business models. Vendors evaluated are: Accenture, Altran, Atos, Capgemini, EPAM Systems, Genpact, Harman Connected Services, Hexaware Technologies, IBM, Infosys, L&T Technology Services, LTI, NTT Data, Sopra Steria, TCS, Tech Mahindra, Tieto, T-Systems, Virtusa, and Wipro. To find out more, contact Guy Saunders at [email protected]
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    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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    Jul 13, 2018, by Mike Smart

      NelsonHall recently attended Atos’ Technology Day in Paris, where we heard updates on its digital technology initiatives, including key partnerships with Siemens and Google, and new AI product developments. Extending partnership with Siemens Atos gave an update on its [...]

  • IoT Platforms: Build or Buy? Implications for Clients & IT Services Vendors

    Apr 03, 2018, by Dominique Raviart

      There is an abundance of IoT platforms on the market. Many technology firms (e.g. IBM Software, AWS, PTC/Thingworx, Microsoft), major manufacturing firms (GE, Siemens, ABB, Bosch, Schneider Electric) and some large IT services vendors (e.g. Accenture, TCS, and Atos via Worldline) have [...]

  • Accenture Articulates its ER&D Ambitions

    Mar 13, 2018, by Dominique Raviart

      We were recently briefed by Accenture on the creation of Industry X.0 within its Accenture Digital organization. The discussion far exceeded the scope we were expecting of Industrial IoT, and it signaled Accenture’s expansion in Engineering and R&D discussions (ER&D), wit[...]

  • IoT Beyond Connectivity: Deutsche Telekom & T-Systems Open Up to Partnerships & Packaged Offerings

    Feb 07, 2018, by Dominique Raviart

      T-Systems recently held an analyst event which specifically covered the IoT capabilities of parent company Deutsche Telekom AG Group (DTAG) and its own Digital Division. Here are the key takeaways. IoT Connectivity Services IoT is clearly important for DTAG and for T-Systems for [...]

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latest blog posts on
Internet of Things:

  • 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[...]

  • Atos Strengthens Key Partnerships, Launches New AI Products

    Jul 13, 2018, by Mike Smart

      NelsonHall recently attended Atos’ Technology Day in Paris, where we heard updates on its digital technology initiatives, including key partnerships with Siemens and Google, and new AI product developments. Extending partnership with Siemens Atos gave an update on its [...]

  • IoT Platforms: Build or Buy? Implications for Clients & IT Services Vendors

    Apr 03, 2018, by Dominique Raviart

      There is an abundance of IoT platforms on the market. Many technology firms (e.g. IBM Software, AWS, PTC/Thingworx, Microsoft), major manufacturing firms (GE, Siemens, ABB, Bosch, Schneider Electric) and some large IT services vendors (e.g. Accenture, TCS, and Atos via Worldline) have [...]

  • Accenture Articulates its ER&D Ambitions

    Mar 13, 2018, by Dominique Raviart

      We were recently briefed by Accenture on the creation of Industry X.0 within its Accenture Digital organization. The discussion far exceeded the scope we were expecting of Industrial IoT, and it signaled Accenture’s expansion in Engineering and R&D discussions (ER&D), wit[...]

  • IoT Beyond Connectivity: Deutsche Telekom & T-Systems Open Up to Partnerships & Packaged Offerings

    Feb 07, 2018, by Dominique Raviart

      T-Systems recently held an analyst event which specifically covered the IoT capabilities of parent company Deutsche Telekom AG Group (DTAG) and its own Digital Division. Here are the key takeaways. IoT Connectivity Services IoT is clearly important for DTAG and for T-Systems for [...]

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