Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, today announced it has been positioned as a leader in Advanced Digital Workplace Services for the second time in a row by global analyst firm NelsonHall in its latest Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT). In this assessment it was positioned as a leader in the ‘Overall’, ‘Build’ and ‘Run’ categories.
The report highlights Atos’ strengths which include: its consulting-led framework and methodology; its clear focus on employee experience and business outcomes through Experience Level Agreements (XLAs) across the entire digital workplace, and its development of joint IP across workplace services with partners.
The NelsonHall NEAT vendor evaluation study assesses 18 of the most significant service providers delivering digital workplace services based on their ability to meet future client requirements and deliver immediate benefit.
“Atos holds a leading position in the Global IT market. Its consulting capabilities, coupled with its deep managed services capability and ability to draw on wider Atos group capabilities, positions it well to be a client’s end to end digital workplace services partner.” said John Laherty, Senior Research Analyst at NelsonHall. “Strengths include its strong investment in workplace services as part of the Group’s overall strategy, its intelligent collaboration capabilities and its increasing focus on end-user analytics across the digital workplace in partnership with nexthink.”
“We are delighted to be recognized by NelsonHall as a leader in Advanced Digital Workplace Services.” said Jo Debecker, Head of Infrastructure & Data Management at Atos. “This recognition underlines our leading position as the preferred partner for business transformation and innovation in the Digital Workplace arena. It also validates our comprehensive portfolio of products and services, delivered through our enhanced partnership ecosystem, as well as the expertise of our team of experts worldwide. As customers adjust to their post crisis ‘New Normal’, our total focus on the Digital Employee Experience is in line with the transformation organizations must now accelerate.”
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