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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: Atos

Global DCO/HIMS 2018 Revenue: $4.7 Billion

North America DCO/HIMS 2018 Revenue: $1.3 Billion

Average Annual Deal Size In North America: $4.7 Million

Atos ranks No. 5 in vision and among the middle of the pack in execution on the Magic Quadrant. Atos sees the future as requiring DCO to be extended to the IoT device with ubiquitous connectivity and end-to-end services. The France-based service specialist supports 79,500 physical servers, 103,000 VMs and 3,600 instances in public cloud, up 11 percent year over year, in North America. Within ERP, Atos hosts 584,000 users on Oracle systems, up 4 percent year over year, and 267,000 SAP users, down 12 percent year over year.

Strength: Atos market position was boosts with its two recent acquisitions of SIX Payment Services and Syntel. The company has a strong focus on IoT, edge computing and automation capabilities and has completed several proof-of-concepts and rollouts.

Weakness: Atos North American DCO/HIMS revenue declined 6 percent in 2018 year over year. The company is behind other leaders on this Magic Quadrant in using consulting as either a key route to market or to benefit business.

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