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Accenture Takes Highest Position in Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix Report

Accenture has acknowledged as a Leader in the Everest Group “PEAK Matrix for Data and Analytics Service Providers 2019” report.

Accenture was positioned highest in both the Market Impact and Vision & Capability categories.
AccentureThis report describes a Leader as having “developed a range of integrated platforms along with industry- and use case-specific accelerators to cut down the trial and run phase to achieve faster outcomes.

Accenture emerged as a Leader in this report due to the company’s “comprehensive portfolio of data and analytics offerings.” The report also notes Accenture’s “strong focus on innovation” and “rich talent pool with advanced analytic skills.”
“While businesses turn to data to extract maximum insights and value, it can be a complex process to find the right data, at the right time,” said Sanjeev Vohra, group technology officer and Data Business global lead for Accenture Technology.

He also said, “Our approach with clients is to build a robust data supply chain that can be easily implemented and configured to work within an on-premise, cloud or hybrid environment. Using automation and other technologies, we help our clients unify big data from multiple sources, curate it and make the data flow seamlessly, supporting fast, effective business decisions.”

As part of this report, Everest Group analyzed the changing dynamics of the data and analytics landscape and classified 21 service providers across several key dimensions.

The PEAK Matrix is a framework that provides an objective, data-driven and comparative assessment of data and analytics service providers based on their absolute market success and delivery capability.

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