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  • DXC: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 12, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    Manufacturing represents approximately 20% of the revenues of DXC and is DXC’s second-largest vertical after financial services (~26% of revenues). In manufacturing, DXC has a background in large-scale and IT infrastructure and application outsourcing mega-deals. These mega-relationships include in the U.K., BAE Systems, Rolls Royce (aeros [...]
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  • LTI - Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 12, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    LTI, as part of its digital strategy, has refreshed its portfolio around data & analytics, IoT, digital experience, mobile, RPA, AI, and Digital integration (that groups BPM, ECM, cloud, and API work). As part of its digital strategy, LTI has developed several IP under the Mosaic umbrella brand, including Mosaic Things (an IoT platform), Mos [...]
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  • Atos: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 05, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    Through the 2011 acquisition of Siemens IT Services and Solutions (SIS), Atos gained a large footprint in the manufacturing sector, mostly in DACH, bringing specialized capabilities such as shop floor automation expertise. Atos provides IT services through its Manufacturing, Retail, and Transport (MRT) segment, which is its largest vertical. The [...]
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  • HCL Technologies: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 05, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    HCL Tech services manufacturing clients across several industries: automotive, consumer industries, industrial & discrete, and process & chemicals, along with life science and the high-tech sector. In the past 24 months, the company has focused its growth in manufacturing on IoT and analytics, using the work that its IoT service line, Io [...]
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  • Infosys: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 05, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    Infosys highlights that its manufacturing expertise has a background in product engineering services expertise, through its Engineering Services unit. Engineering Services is one of Infosys nine service lines (which also include ADM, Enterprise Application Package Services, Cloud Infrastructure and Security Services, Digital Experience and Integrat [...]
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  • L&T Technology Services: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 05, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    L&T Technology Services (LTTS) is a 75% subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T), and a sister company of two IT service vendors: L&T Infotech/LTI (which is 75% owned by L&T) and Mindtree (which is 60% owned by L&T). LTTS is headquartered in Vadodara, India and is the largest ER&D service vendor based i [...]
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  • Sopra Steria: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 05, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    Sopra Steria is known for the work it provides for financial services clients (26% of revenues in H1 2019) and public sector (23% of revenues). In the manufacturing space, Sopra Steria has been selective in its client presence and focused most of its activity on the aerospace sector and defense along with transport, automotive and logistics. Aerosp [...]
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  • IBM: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 04, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    IBM highlights its origin in the high-tech and manufacturing industries: the company still manufactures high-tech B2B products and highlights it spends annually approximately $6bn in supply chain and procurement. As a result of this manufacturing background, IBM has developed internally IT applications, some of which have become software product [...]
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  • TCS: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 04, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    TCS provides digital manufacturing services through its IoT service line together with its manufacturing unit. The IoT service line provides consulting and IT services, mostly around five main topics: Connected products Industry 4.0 and digital manufacturing, which is the scope of this profile Remote energy management Connected supply c [...]
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  • Capgemini: Digital Manufacturing Services

    Dec 03, 2019 | Vendor Analysis by Dominique Raviart

    In H1 2016, Capgemini launched its Digital Manufacturing (DM) service offering to focus on the notion of Industry 4.0/Industrial IoT. In more detail, DM targets both the: Product side of manufacturing, across themes including PLM services, 3D printing, and digital asset management Production side of manufacturing, across themes including [...]
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Digital Manufacturing Services 2020

Published on: March 20, 2020 by Dominique Raviart
This NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) analyzes the performance of vendors offering digital manufacturing services. 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 in consulting, build, and managed services. Vendors evaluated for this NEAT are: Altran, Atos, Capgemini, DXC Technology, IBM, Infosys, L&T Technology Services, Sopra Steria, and Tech Mahindra. To find out more, contact Guy Saunders at [email protected]
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  • Accenture’s Industry X.0 Expands its Focus to Digital Manufacturing Use Cases

    Jan 06, 2020, by Dominique Raviart

      Back in early 2018, we discussed with Accenture how the company had created its Industry X.0 unit to address client demand for product engineering services along with Industry 4.0 and emerging technologies such as AR/VR and digital twins. In Industry X.0, Accenture grouped its capabili[...]

  • 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[...]

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latest blog posts on
Internet of Things:

  • Accenture’s Industry X.0 Expands its Focus to Digital Manufacturing Use Cases

    Jan 06, 2020, by Dominique Raviart

      Back in early 2018, we discussed with Accenture how the company had created its Industry X.0 unit to address client demand for product engineering services along with Industry 4.0 and emerging technologies such as AR/VR and digital twins. In Industry X.0, Accenture grouped its capabili[...]

  • 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[...]

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