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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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Leader: DXC Technology

Global DCO/HIMS 2018 Revenue: $8.2 Billion 

North America DCO/HIMS 2018 Revenue: $3.5 Billion

Average Annual Deal Size In North America: $4.4 Million

The Tysons, Va.-based solution provider powerhouse ranks amongst the leaders for both vision and execution on the Magic Quadrant. DXC Technology, who just hired a new CEO in Mike Salvino, provides a launch, adapt and run strategy that leverages its automation platform Bionix to reduce its time-to-market for customers. In North America, DXC Technology supports 61,700 physical servers, 116,000 VMs and grew almost five times in the number of public cloud instances to 22,000 in 2018 compared to 2017. DXC provides ERP hosting that supports 1.5 million SAP users and 70,300 Oracle users, down 11 percent annually.

Strength: DXC Technology has built its advisory services to assist clients in the move to hybrid and digital. The company is seeing significant growth in its private and public cloud managed services business, while reducing its managed data centers.

Weakness: DXC’s edge computing and IoT offerings are still in their early stages with limited customers benefitting from these technologies. A few clients said the company is still siloed in its solution approach.

 
 
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