Deloitte recognized as a Global Leader for Its Work in IoT Services
Internet of Things (IoT) is the recent buzzword in almost all the companies across industries. Businesses are leveraging IoT to broaden their digital transformation efforts to make an efficient and innovative business process.
Deloitte, a London based multinational professional network has been named a global leader in Internet of Things services in Forrester’s recent report, “The Forester Wave: Global IoT Services For Connected Business Operations, Q4 2018.” Andy Daecher, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Deloitte Digital IoT practice leader says, “Clients recognize the opportunity to use IoT to enable digital supply networks and fundamentally change how businesses operate. Deloitte is pleased to work alongside them to imagine, deliver, and run their future and help create insights-driven organizations.” He further adds that the company is honored to be recognized as a leader by Forrester in global IoT services.
Deloitte is one of the Big Four accounting organizations and it is also the largest professional services network by revenue and the number of employees. The company offers a variety of IoT assessment, implementation, and operations services. In addition to the IoT services Deloitte has also been instrumental in providing other service and one prime example is the alliance between consulting giant Deloitte and global software leader SAP. Building on three decades of partnership with SAP, Deloitte is committed to working ever more closely with SAP on co-innovation projects, knowledge transition, and collaboration to develop services and solutions that help their joint clients create more value.
With a partnership that has stood the test of time, Deloitte continues to support organizations globally to transform enterprise operations—finance, supply chain management, customer engagement, sales, asset management, and beyond. Recognizing Deloitte’s success in the marketplace—based on scale, track record, and industry achievements—SAP has presented Deloitte with numerous SAP Pinnacle Awards, including three consecutive awards for achievements with SAP S/4HANA, the digital core ERP. In addition to the 2018 SAP Pinnacle Award as SAP S/4HANA Partner of the Year (Large Enterprises), Deloitte received 2018 SAP Pinnacle Awards as SAP Leonardo Partner of the Year, SAP Ariba Partner of the Year (Large Enterprises), and SAP Success Factors Partner of the Year. The company has also been featured in our magazine CIO Review as the, “20 Most Promising SAP Solutions Providers-2018.”
“We take a tremendous amount of pride in being recognized for our leadership in cloud and innovation,” says Jan Waals, principal & Global SAP Leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP. “And a tremendous amount of work goes into maintaining that leadership. For our team, helping clients see value sooner is essential. It means we are continuously developing industry-specific insights, accelerators, templates, preconfigured solutions, and a wealth of other resources that can help clients respond quickly to today’s challenges and get ahead of tomorrow’s challenges.”
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