Internet of Things Services 2019 RadarView™

February, 2019


Report Summary

Scope of the Report

The report covers the global Internet of Things (IoT) industry, the ecosystem participants and their interplay, key challenges, and technology landscape.
It also provides a fact-based detailed assessment of leading 24 service providers enabling enterprise adoption of IoT. The profiles for each of these 24 providers capture their practice (or business unit) overview, IoT solutions and offerings, key clients, partnerships, case studies, and analyst insights on their practice maturity, investments & innovations, and industry development, thus providing a 360-degree view of service providers.

Why read this RadarView™ ?

IoT has long been associated with asset tracking and industrial automation. However, various industries are increasingly looking beyond these operational measures and leveraging IoT as a driver for reinventing their business models and developing new revenue streams. IoT, combined with other digital technologies, has become the first mile as well as the last leg for a data-driven enterprise.
The Internet of Things Services RadarView 2019 report highlights the key trends in the market and Avasant’s view on the road ahead for IoT. It addresses the need of enterprises to understand the right action points to navigate through the headwinds and gain competitive advantage. It also identifies the key global service providers and system integrators that can help enterprises in business transformation.

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Featured Providers

Accenture, Altran, Atos | Syntel, Birlasoft, Capgemini, CenturyLink, Cognizant, Fujitsu, Happiest Minds, HARMAN Connected Services, HCL, IBM, Infosys, LTI, Mindtree, Mphasis, NTT, Persistent Systems, TCS, Tech Mahindra, UST Global, Virtusa, Wipro, Zensar.


The industry insights and recommendations are based on Avasant’s ongoing interactions with enterprise CXOs and other key executives, targeted 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, focused 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, Investments and Innovation, and Industry Development to finally recognize the service providers that brought the most value to the market.