Persistent Systems’ IoT Leadership Recognized Once Again in Zinnov Zones 2018 – IoT Technology Services Report
Persistent’s technology services considered ‘Established and Expansive’ for overall IoT competency and leaders in the areas of “IoT Engineering,” “Platform and Application Competency” and “Big Data Management and Analytics”
Persistent Systems is pleased to announce that for the second consecutive year, the company’s overall IoT competency has been considered “Established and Expansive” in the Zinnov Zones 2018 – IoT Technology & Services report produced annually by industry analyst firm Zinnov Management Consulting.
Sanjeev Srivastav, Senior Vice President and General Manager
Zinnov’s recognition of Persistent’s IoT leadership and capabilities as both ‘expansive’ and ‘established’ for the second straight year is strong validation of our ability to stay ahead of the rapidly-evolving IoT market. The report shows that our strong software product DNA in developing and successfully launching comprehensive end-to-end IoT solutions using our Persistent Flywheel framework gives us unique capabilities that differentiate us from others in the market.
Our IoT customers rely on our leadership status in the areas of IoT engineering, platform and application development and big data and analytics to help them quickly bring to market innovative, robust and secure platforms and services that deliver a superior customer experience, increase their market share and drive sustainable, profitable growth.
Sidhant Rastogi, Partner & Practice Head, Zinnov
Persistent’s engineering capabilities coupled with its investments in ecosystem and infrastructure for IoT services have helped cement its leadership position for overall IoT services. In addition, the firm’s robust platform development and big data & analytics capabilities have contributed to its strong competitive positioning in the market.
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