Scope of the Report
The report covers top tier managed service providers globally which are supporting the enterprise blockchain adoption, addressing different aspects of the value chain, technology landscape with special emphasis on industry-specific adoption, growth across enterprise processes, future roadmap, development of use-cases across different industries, regulation and industry-standard practices, and future enterprise adoption.
It also provides a fact-based detailed assessment of leading 16 blockchain services providers enabling digital transformation for Global 2000 enterprises. The profiles for each of these 16 providers capture their practice (or business unit) overview, key IP and assets, key clients, partnerships, select use cases, key industries and analyst insights on their practice maturity, investments, and industry development, thus providing a 360-degree view of service providers.
Why read this RadarView™ ?
Blockchain technology is at a fascinating stage of evolution right now the hype is beginning to dissipate, and enterprises are increasingly seeing and experimenting with its extraordinary potential to disrupt existing business models. Avasant’s ongoing interactions with enterprise digital leaders indicate the optimism around blockchain. However, it is also evident that this optimism is mellowed by a limited and non-actionable understanding of the blockchain service provider landscape
The Blockchain Services RadarView 2018 Report is a tool to address this need and to equip enterprises with a granular understanding of key service providers. This 64 pages report also highlights the key market trends and Avasant’s view on the road ahead for enterprises leveraging Blockchain Services over the next 12 to 18 months.
Accenture, Capgemini, Cognizant, HCL, Hexaware, IBM, Infosys, LTI, Luxoft, Mphasis, NTT Data, TCS, TechMahindra, USTGlobal, Wipro, and Zensar.
The industry insights and recommendations are based on Avasant’s ongoing interactions with enterprise CXOs and other key executives, targetted discussions with service providers’ practice leads, subject matter experts, and fellows within Avasant, learnings from consulting engagements, and round the year tracking of this space by Avasant analysts.
Evaluation of service providers is based on primary inputs from providers, focussed briefings, their public disclosures, Avasant’s ongoing market interactions, and validations from enterprises (clients). The assessment is carried through a rigorous methodology across key dimensions of Practice Maturity, Investment, and Industry Development.