Deloitte, a multinational professional services network firm, in a recent statement on Tuesday, Dec. 18th 2018, announced it –one of the ‘Big Four’ accounting firm, being named as a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) services by the Forrester Research an American market research company, in the recent “The Forrester Wave™: Global IoT Services For Connected Business Operations, Q4 2018,” report, scoring the highest in the Current Offering and Strategy categories.
As per Forrester, businesses, in a bid to up, their digital transformation efforts are turning to IoT solutions, i.e. linking IoT devices and IoT-enabled connected products.
The report further mentions Deloitte’s wide range of IoT assessment, implementation, and operations services. The firm’s global IoT practice includes engineers, data scientists, cybersecurity analysts, and consultants who are determined to offer innovative IoT solutions to the client to take care of all IoT related client requirements.
The report which recognized 14 most significant IoT providers globally, offering connected business solutions, researched, analyzed, and scored all these IoT service providers, based on a 27-criterion evaluation. The report, in an elaborative manner, presents a progress card of each provider, in an attempt to aid infrastructure and operations professionals to take an educated and well thought out choice.
According to Andy Daecher, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, and Deloitte Digital IoT practice leader, clients recognize when an opportunity arises. They turn to the IoT technology to enable digital supply networks and fundamentally change how businesses operate. Deloitte, by working alongside clients helps them to imagine, deliver, and run their businesses, thus help them create insights-driven organizations. The company is honored to be titled a global leader by Forrester in global IoT services. The company believes that it, being named a global leader in global IoT services, is a testament to the wide range of services the company can offer its clients, thus bridging the gap between the physical and digital worlds.