Deloitte named a global leader in Internet of Things Services by independent research firm
Deloitte has been named a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) services in Forrester’s recent report The Forrester Wave™: Global IoT Services For Connected Business Operations, Q4 2018. Deloitte received the highest scores in the Current Offering and Strategy categories.
According to Forrester, businesses are turning to IoT solutions and linking IoT to their broader digital transformation efforts with a focus on business operations and IoT-enabled connected products.
The report’s vendor profile on Deloitte states, “Deloitte offers a breadth of IoT assessment, implementation, and operations services. Its global IoT practice includes engineers, data scientists, cybersecurity analysts, and consultants dedicated to helping clients address their IoT service requirements.”
Forrester identified the 14 most significant providers of global IoT services for connected business operations and researched, analyzed, and scored them based on a 27-criterion evaluation. This report shows how each provider measures up and helps infrastructure and operations professionals make the right choice.
The report also notes, “leading services firms are moving aggressively to fulfill IoT’s potential. In doing so, they’re helping expand IoT’s potential contribution to business value.”
Additional Findings in the Forrester report about Deloitte
- “Its insights-driven organization method focuses on IoT-enabled equipment maintenance, asset visibility, fleet optimization, and process automation issues.”
- “Deloitte offers predesigned IoT solutions for predictive maintenance, asset tracking, and asset performance management as well as a dedicated IoT DevOps practice that supports solutions to monitor network connectivity between connected edge devices and machinery programmable logic controllers (PLCs).”
- “[Deloitte] sees great opportunity for growth in its Smart Factory solutions, which combine multiple use cases, including security, fleet management, asset management, predictive maintenance, inventory and warehouse management, supply chain, and track-and-trace capabilities.”