After winning the leadership titles from various organizations in the past one month for services such as the DCO and HIM services, wealth and asset management services, and 5G engineering services. TCS, once again, has been positioned as a leader in the IDC MarketScape report for Managed Multicloud Services.
According to the report, “TCS’ strategy for cloud is anchored to TCS Business 4.0™ (thought leadership framework), which is focused on helping clients transform their businesses to a borderless enterprise.” The report goes on to say that “TCS exceeded industry standards for upgrading legacy infrastructure to private cloud IaaS infrastructure as part of managed multi-cloud services as well as for supporting legacy custom-coded applications (e.g., COBOL) and any type of Microsoft, SAP, and Oracle applications (e.g., legacy/non-cloud application architectures, applications architected for the cloud including SaaS).”
“TCS helps the world’s largest companies envision and drive their multi-horizon cloud transformation journeys. With our deep contextual knowledge of our customers’ businesses, full scope of cloud capabilities, consulting-led approach, meaningful industry expertise, and an end-to-end suite of solutions, tools and accelerators, we help enterprises accelerate time-to-market and become purpose-driven, resilient and agile. This position as a Leader is a reflection of our strategies, capabilities, and the resultant market success.”Krishnan Ramanujam, Business Group Head, Business & Technology Services, TCS
The firm partners with leading global companies and manages their cloud infrastructure on their behalf. Currently, TCS is providing end-to-end cloud services, including cloud advisory services, migration, modernization, and industry solutions, encompassing the whole cloud lifecycle.
Talking about the importance of multicloud management, the Research Director of IDC, Peter Marston said, “Multicloud management has become increasingly important for enterprises to achieve resilience and flexibility ambitions. However, most organizations lack the depth and breadth of competencies that are required to harness the full value of cloud and optimize multicloud management.“
For TCS being named as a leader, he says, “In the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Managed Multicloud Services 2021 Vendor Assessment, we found TCS possessed strengths in upgrading legacy infrastructure to private cloud IaaS infrastructure, supporting legacy custom-coded applications (e.g., COBOL) and any type of Microsoft, SAP, and Oracle applications as part of its managed multi-cloud services. TCS also exceeded industry standards in utilizing Docker technologies for containers, Alibaba for PaaS, and Microsoft for SaaS, as well as innovative capabilities including analytics technologies, IoT, and serverless computing/function as a service on public clouds (spanning IaaS, PaaS, and/or SaaS).”
Through its TCS Enterprise Cloud service, the IT giant provides OpenStack-powered private cloud infrastructure, allowing clients to design a combination of public, private, and hybrid cloud solutions to meet their specific business needs. TCS’ change management advisory services enable full participation of all stakeholders in the cloud transformation journey, lowering project risks and improving outcomes.