Cognizant - The Digital Services leader
FREMONT, CA: Cognizant has been recognized as a “Leader” in the Everest Group’s “Digital Services – PEAK Matrix Assessment and Profile Compendium 2015.”
The Digital Services ― PEAK Matrix is based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for the calendar year 2015, interaction with leading service providers, client reference checks, and analysis of the digital services market. The group reviewed the market success and overall capability of 18 IT service providers. Covering and assessing the report on the basis of capabilities like providing insight into each provider’s service suite, scale of operations and domain investments, PEAK Matrix categorizes service providers as Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants.
Among the service providers, Cognizant was rated “Best-in-Class” for buyer satisfaction and “Very High” in terms of domain expertise and innovation, and delivery footprint.
Presently, enterprises are not worried or challenged by lack of technology, unlike the customary scenario, they are challenged by the extraordinary abundance of technology, according to Everest Group. To be in par with the competition and the ever growing marketplace, enterprises are increasingly adopting approaches to integrate technology themes across their value chain. Since many enterprises are entering the digital word and carving their business in order to not just survive but also thrive in the market, service providers and leaders are disrupting this picture and aiding enterprises on their digital journey.
“In today’s market, there is no bigger opportunity than for companies to truly ‘become digital.’ Cognizant is helping customers on this journey. We do this by linking strategy, experience design, new technologies, and industry expertise to improve how value is created,” said Gajen Kandiah, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Cognizant Digital Works. “Real value is created by lowering costs, growing revenue, and creating new business models for the digital age. We’re pleased that Everest Group, and our customers, are recognizing our ability to apply digital innovation in a way that balances both human experience and the enabling technology to change how business is done.”
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