Deloitte announced that Gartner has named it a global leader in their February 2018 report entitled, Magic Quadrant for Data and Analytics Service Providers, Worldwide 2018. This marks the third year that Deloitte has been positioned highest in execution. The evaluation is based on completeness of vision and ability to execute.
“Deloitte being recognized by Gartner as a global leader in data and analytics services for the fourth year is further validation of our market-leading position in delivering smarter insights and stronger outcomes for our clients,” said David Rudini, Chief Analytics Officer, Deloitte Consulting.
Gartner defines data and analytics services and solutions as “Data and analytics services are consulting, implementation and managed services for decision, analytics and information capabilities, executed on a technology platform that supports an organization’s fact-based decision making. Solutions contain information analysis and information management (IM) competencies, with commercial off-the-shelf and proprietary assets. Information analysis solutions focus on use cases and outcomes; IM solutions focus on information infrastructure and governance.”
Gartner’s Magic Quadrant evaluates 18 full-service providers. According to the report, “Leaders provide offerings that meet demand in analytical services, as well as demonstrate the vision necessary to sustain their position as requirements for asset-based consulting evolve in the market. Leaders innovate products, services and pricing, take chances and typically respond to a wide market audience by supporting broad market requirements, in an attempt to help shape the market. This includes delivering business-outcome-focused D&A solutions across all levels of the Business Analytics Framework. However, Leaders may fail to meet the specific needs of more-specialized segments.
Deloitte is a leading global provider of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax and related services. Our network of member firms in more than 150 countries and territories serve four out of five Fortune Global 500companies.
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