Tata Consultancy Services announced that it has been recognized as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Public Cloud IT Transformation Services.
Gartner analysts note that providers designated as Leaders have a “track record of delivering high-quality, cloud-native modernization and managed services that thoughtfully exploit the capabilities of the cloud platform. They are well-positioned to deliver leading-edge services into the future and to indicate the direction of the market.”
“Cloud is the unifying digital fabric that empowers organizations to accelerate their innovation, strengthen their competitive differentiation and future-proof their business. With our comprehensive suite of cloud services and solutions and our industry-leading portfolio of intellectual property, TCS is helping clients at every step of their growth and transformation journeys,” said Krishnan Ramanujam, President, Enterprise Growth Group, TCS. “We believe this positioning as a Leader is a reflection of our deep contextual knowledge, consulting capabilities, strategic value engines, and significant investments in innovation and intellectual property around cloud.”
TCS helps enterprises design, execute, and sustain their multi-horizon cloud transformation journeys, with end-to-end services including cloud advisory services, application and data estate modernization and migration, cloud-based industry solutions, cyber security, and managed services. Its industry leading portfolio of frameworks, accelerators, products, and platforms helps significantly speed up and de-risk clients’ cloud transformation journeys.
TCS also helps clients scale and accelerate their innovation programs, harnessing the native capabilities of the cloud, including technologies like AI, machine learning, data and analytics, IoT, edge, and blockchain. Leveraging its ecosystem of partners from academia, start-ups, and technology providers, TCS works closely with clients at TCS Pace Ports™, its network of co-innovation hubs spread across New York, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Amsterdam and Tokyo, to ideate on their most pressing business challenges, rapidly prototype the most promising solution candidates and build them.