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Here’s Who Made Gartner’s Magic Quadrant For Data Center And Hybrid Managed Services

Accenture, Cognizant, DXC Technology, Dell Technologies and TCS and are just some of the leaders in Gartner’s new 2019 Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing and Hybrid Infrastructure Managed Services in North America.

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Niche Player: T-Systems

Global DCO/HIMS 2018 Revenue: $3 Billion

North America DCO/HIMS 2018 Revenue: $211 Million

Average Annual Deal Size In North America: Not Provided

T-Systems centers its offerings on secure transmission and analysis of the client’s data to provide insight and process redesign. The Germany-based company ranks near the bottom of the pack in execution and among the middle for vision on the Magic Quadrant. T-Systems manages 2,800 physical servers, 7,920 VMs and 2,370 public cloud instances, which is new for the North American region this year. Within ERP, the company supports 635,000 SAP users, down seven percent year over year, and does not support Oracle users.

Strength: With one of the largest managed SAP user bases in the world, T-Systems global DCO/HIMS revenue is up 31 percent year over year. The company will cater to individual customer needs and adjust its delivery model on a deal by deal basis.

Weakness: In North America, T-Systems has no mainframe support and its public cloud support is limited. The company doesn’t have a focus on providing business outcomes for customers which constrains its innovation for clients.

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