February 07, 2017
TCS recognized as a leader in NelsonHall's big data and analytics NEAT Report 2017
Santa Clara | Mumbai: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, today announced that it has been recognized as a ‘leader’ in big data and analytics by NelsonHall in its 2017 NEAT project on ‘Big Data and Analytics’, authored by Dominique Raviart.
NelsonHall analyzed the overall performance of top vendors’ worldwide offerings of big data and analytics services, with specific focus on big data and analytics platforms and accelerators, solutions for improving operational efficiencies, and for developing new business models.
TCS’ position as a leader was driven by its end to end big data and analytics products and services that enable customers to harness deep insights from variety of data sources at scale. TCS also co-innovates with customers to address business and technology challenges, helping them to re-imagine business models and discover new ways to use their data.
Dominique Raviart, ITS practice director at NelsonHall and author of Big Data and Analytics NEAT report 2017, said, “TCS combines several approaches to big data and analytics. They have created a big data platform and continue to build vertical use cases to automate delivery, and they are driving a consulting approach to big data and analytics with their Digital Reimagination™ center in Santa Clara.”
“TCS is one of the early movers in the big data and analytics services space. We have established an enviable track record of client successes and a rich set of successful partnerships with key big data ecosystem players in Silicon Valley,” said Dr Ramaswamy, global head of Digital Enterprise, TCS. “Big data is at the very center of our pioneering vision of Digital Reimagination™, and we are helping our customers fundamentally reimagine their businesses by leveraging modern big data systems. We are pleased to be recognized as a leader in big data and analytics services by NelsonHall.”