Managed services are deployed by enterprise to manage their IT infrastructure. Managed services have gone mainstream as enterprises are not able to manage their growing IT infrastructure and require specialist so enterprises can focus on their core competencies without having to worry about IT infrastructure.
360Quadrants, the world’s only comparison platform that combines expert analysis with crowdsourced reviews, has released a quadrant on Managed Services to help businesses make quicker and more informed decisions.
Managed services are deployed by enterprises to manage their IT infrastructure and allow them to focus on their core competencies. These services reduce the load of maintaining and managing IT functions such as network management, IT infrastructure, communication & collaboration, security, and data center management.
They also allow enterprises to transfer their Capital Expenditure (CAPEX) to Operational Expenditure (OPEX).
Accenture has been identified as a visionary leader in the managed services space given its extensive product features, high product quality, reliability, suitable channel strategy, and wide geographical footprint. 360Quadrants also lists competitors of Accenture in the managed services space.
Managed service offerings from Accenture aim to deliver valuable insights and intelligence from data. The company has an established product portfolio with a robust market presence and business strategy.
Some of the major developments of the company include:
Accenture and LF Networking Collaboration for ONAP Extended
Accenture has upgraded its membership to a Gold status with LF Networking as a result of an expansion of its collaboration with it. With this, it will enable the automation of new services and support lifecycle management.
It also provides a platform for the orchestration and automation of physical as well as virtual networks functions. This will help Accenture support integration, managed services, and customization for its customers as well.
Molex Expands its Edge Computing Solutions with Accenture and Amazon Web Services
Molex has collaborated with Accenture and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to render edge computing and voice assistant capabilities to its Automotive Ethernet Network Platform. These enhancements will result in autonomous vehicle performance and communication for automotive OEMs.
Combined with its Automotive Ethernet Network Platform, the collaboration with AWS and Accenture will help customers innovate, reduce costs, and build advanced vehicles. The platform also allows for flexibility in the incorporation of scalability as well as legacy automotive protocols.
Accenture Concludes Acquisition of New York-based Adaptly
Adaptly, a digital media services company has been acquired by Accenture. With this acquisition, Accenture’s Interactive Programmatic Services has been enhanced along with its ability to activate, optimize, and measure cross-media platforms.
This will also help optimize campaign performance and RoI, along with real-time performance assessment while maintaining full transparency.
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