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HPE Consulting Services named a Leader in IDC MarketScape report

JeffJames

IT research firm IDC recently published the latest edition of the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Datacenter Transformation Consulting and Implementation Services 2016 Vendor Assessment, doc #US42020516, December 2016, which evaluated 11 datacenter transformation (DCT) consulting services vendors. 

IDC analysts Chad Huston and Ali Zaidi interviewed services vendor customers as part of the IDC MarketScape report, eventually determining that "…According to IDC analysis and buyer perception, HPE is a Leader in the IDC MarketScape for datacenter transformation consulting and implementation services worldwide."

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The IDC MarketScape report states that buyers rate HPE highly for providing technical insights and competency, applying proven methodologies/tools (specific datacenter transformation accelerators and templates), and offering flexible pricing models to meet customer needs for DCT implementation services.

This latest IDC MarketScape report follows a number of other recognition and awards that HPE consulting services have earned, including a TSIA Star Award and a Frost and Sullivan Best Practices Award for HPE Flexible Capacity.

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About the Author

JeffJames

Jeff James is a Content Marketing Strategy Manager for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, focusing on HPE Technology Services. He is the former Editorial Director for the Petri IT Knowledgebase, and also was the Editor-in-Chief of both Windows IT Pro and Microsoft Technet Magazine. Jeff also served as an editorial director at the LEGO Company, and has more than 20 years of experience as an award-winning technology writer, journalist, and digital content producer. Jeff started writing technology articles for AmigaWorld, Computer Gaming World, and other tech publications and websites in the early 1990's.