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Tuesday 26 February 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* Lawtech Adoption

Last year The Law Society commissioned TechMarketView to undertake a major review of the UK’s lawtech market, looking at barriers and drivers to adoption, the maturity of the market by legal segment and the implications for the future of the law. Now that The Law Society has published the research, we can share the outputs with UKHotViews readers. 

lawtech researchLawtech has seen a huge amount of start-up activity in the UK in recent years with law firms under increasing pressure to embrace new technologies but it remains less mature than other fields of digital disruption (such as Fintech) where there is more funding and regulatory alignment. Significant barriers to adoption still remain and different segments of the legal market are at very different stages of maturity and focused on adopting different technologies. 

The research explores what types of lawtech providers are gaining most traction in different sectors of the profession and the drivers behind this, with a view to how adoption rates might impact the future shape of legal process and delivery.

For access to a copy of the full report or its two-page summary (which are both available to everyone) please follow this link to the relevant part of The Law Society website.

Posted by Marc Hardwick at '09:01' - Tagged: legaltech   lawtech  

Monday 25 February 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* Have the leading IT services providers adapted for digital?

Market Readiness Index LogoIn case you missed the excitement earlier ths month, TechMarketView is proud to have launched the first research published as part of our brand-new Tech User Programme (see here for more information).

Our first Tech User Programme report focuses on the UK’s Top 10 IT and business process services providers: Accenture, Atos, Capgemini, Capita, Cognizant, DXC, Fujitsu, HCL, IBM, and TCS. The in-depth, highly valuable, 86-page, report answers a fundamental question for the end user community: how ready are these leading suppliers to support their clients – the tech buyers – as they seek to digitally transform their organisations?

To answer this question, TechMarketView’s has designed the Market Readiness Index (MRI). The Index has been devised with buyers, for buyers, to help assess how advanced suppliers are when it comes to being able to contribute to the creation of more intelligent and more automated organisations for their customers. Our conversations with end user decision makers have revealed that they are looking for independent and expert guidance that they can trust. They want new ideas, honest recommendations and true collaboration from suppliers. And we have responded to that.

The MRI applies our highly regarded, rigorous, research approach to assess suppliers across six key areas: Corporate Resilience; Suitability of Offerings; Skills & Resources; Partner Ecosystem; Industry Expertise; and Delivery & Execution. This involves in-depth, revealing conversations with various functions within the supplier organisations as well as with a selection of clients.

TUP logoOver the coming months, we will expand our Tech User Programme and will set about assessing a broader cross section of players. The analysis will be shared with senior buyers in the TechMarketView’s end user community.

If you are an End User organisation and have joined our Tech User Programme, you can download the report – TechMarketView Market Readiness Index (MRI): Top 10 UK IT & business process services suppliers – today. If you would like to find out more about joining the programme and accessing the report, you can find out more from Deb Seth.

If you are an IT/BP services provider and you are an existing TechMarketView subscription service client, reports published within our Tech User Programme are available to purchase. Please contact Deb Seth for information.

Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '07:42' - Tagged: it+services   enduser   digital+transformation   TechUserProgramme   MarketReadinessIndex   MRI  

Wednesday 20 February 2019

WCIT Outstanding Tech Student Awards 2019

Today I attended the 103rd WCIT Business Lunch at Wax Chandlers Hall.

StudentThe occasion was to present the Outstanding Student Award for 2019. Alderman & Sheriff Vincent Keaveny gave the award to Rachel Lee Mekhtleva who got a 1st in Maths and Computer Sciences at Imperial. This is a young lady who is seriously going places! She was offered a job at Facebook but wants to do a PhD instead. All I can say is that Sheryl Sandberg better watch her job...

What was even more interesting was that the other 4 ‘runners up’ were all female. Yes, that’s right all 5 finalists in a tech related student competition were female. Rachel was asked why, despite this, the industry is still overwhelmingly male? She gave the most brilliant answer which EAchastised the current ambassadors of Computer science in schools for making computing look nerdish whereas it was full of creativity, design, understanding people’s needs etc. Things, she said, that tend to attract young people with a creative mindset, including more young girls.

Then our friend John O’Connell from ScaleUp Group presented the WCIT Master Lady Parmley with a cheque for £10,000 raised at last year’s Enterprise Awards Dinner.

A reminder that TechMarketView are sponsors again for this year’s ‘Oscars for Tech Entrepreneurs’ Dinner on 25th June 19 at the Dorcester. More details from Tina at TX2

Posted by Richard Holway at '21:43'

Wednesday 20 February 2019

Join our Tech User Programme

TechMarketView’s Tech User Programme was launched to coincide with the publication of our new Market Readiness Index research. This exciting programme of research is designed to support end-user organisations as they navigate their way through the choppy seas of digital transformation and beyond. TUP

Leveraging our depth of expertise and knowledge we will share our opinions and insights on the market, the suppliers, the technology and relationships required in order to be successful against a backdrop of fast-paced change. The first Tech User Programme report - TechMarketView Market Readiness Index (MRI): Top 10 UK IT & business process services suppliers – is available right now.

The Tech User Programme offers a range of benefits from accessing the end-user research to being part of an environment that seeks to drive innovation amongst suppliers and peers. Membership is available to end-user organisations and the great news is that the annual fee is being waived for the first year. To find out more contact Deb Seth or visit our webpage. We look forward to welcoming you on board.

Posted by HotViews Editor at '00:00'

Tuesday 19 February 2019

*UKHotViewsExtra* Cogeco Peer 1: businesses held back by SD-WOT Syndrome

*UKHotViewsExtra” Cogeco Peer 1: businesses held back by SD-WOT SyndromeCogeco Peer 1’s (CP1) latest research on attitudes to software defined wide area network (SD-WAN) connectivity amongst UK organisations makes for interesting reading.

Its findings resonate with our own thinking here at TechMarketView: namely that while the technology offers considerable potential for organisations looking to procure more flexible WAN bandwidth at lower cost to optimise cloud application and service performance, the technology remains in the early stages of adoption.*UKHotViewsExtra” Cogeco Peer 1: businesses held back by SD-WOT Syndrome

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Not a TechMarketView subscription research client? Then why not subscribe to our low-cost UKHotViews Premium service to access all of our UKHotViews and UKHotView Extra posts?

Posted by Martin Courtney at '09:30' - Tagged: CogecoPeer1   SD-WAN  

Monday 18 February 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* TechMarketView's Market Readiness Index

MRI logoIn case you missed the excitement this month, TechMarketView is proud to have launched the first research published as part of our brand-new Tech User Programme (see here for more information).

Our first Tech User Programme report focuses on the UK’s Top 10 IT and business process services providers: Accenture, Atos, Capgemini, Capita, Cognizant, DXC, Fujitsu, HCL, IBM, and TCS. The in-depth, highly valuable, 86-page, report answers a fundamental question for the end user community: how ready are these leading suppliers to support their clients – the tech buyers – as they seek to digitally transform their organisations?

To answer this question, TechMarketView’s has designed the Market Readiness Index (MRI). The Index has been devised with buyers, for buyers, to help assess how advanced suppliers are when it comes to being able to contribute to the creation of more intelligent and more automated organisations for their customers. Our conversations with end user decision makers have revealed that they are looking for independent and expert guidance that they can trust. They want new ideas, honest recommendations and true collaboration from suppliers. And we have responded to that.

The MRI applies our highly regarded, rigorous, research approach to assess suppliers across six key areas: Corporate Resilience; Suitability of Offerings; Skills & Resources; Partner Ecosystem; Industry Expertise; and Delivery & Execution. This involves in-depth, revealing conversations with various functions within the supplier organisations as well as with a selection of clients.

TUP logoOver the coming months, we will expand our Tech Users Programme and will set about assessing a broader cross section of players. The analysis will be shared with senior buyers in the TechMarketView’s end user community.

If you are an End User organisations and have joined our Tech User Programme, you can download the report – TechMarketView Market Readiness Index (MRI): Top 10 UK IT & business process services suppliers – today. If you would like to find out more about joining the programme and accessing the report, you can find out more from Deb Seth.

If you are an IT/BP services provider and you are an existing TechMarketView subscription service client, reports published within our Tech User Programme are available to purchase. Please contact Deb Seth for information.

Posted by HotViews Editor at '09:23'

Friday 15 February 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* The Expanding Influence of Babylon

Babylon logoNHS England has given permission for Babylon’s GP at Hand service to extend outside of London for the first time. It had previously advised against expansion due to concerns about access to local clinical pathways and screening services. NHS Hammersmith and Fulham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), where GP at Hand is based, and Birmingham and Solihull CCG will now work together to agree when the service will start operating in Birmingham.

Report Cover ImageUse of Babylon’s GP at Hand app, which provides a symptoms checker, appointment booking and online consultation service, has grown rapidly since its introduction. It has been a controversial success story though, because when patients sign up for the service they deregister from their existing GP practice and the NHS funding for that patient goes with them. This is leading to concerns about a two-tier system developing where the younger and fitter patients are cherry picked from their previous practice.

Babylon has long wanted to expand the GP at Hand service outside of London, but, until now, had been blocked by Hammersmith and Fulham CCG and NHS England. The restrictions on expansion into Birmingham have now been removed and GP at Hand looks set to add patients from the city to its service shortly.

In this report we look at the history of GP at Hand, the impact of its expansion, the company behind the technology and concerns about how that company has been championed by the Government.

PublicSectorViews subscribers can download a copy of the report here.

If your organisation doesn’t yet subscribe to our in-depth public sector and healthcare research and you’d like to know more about our 2019 subscription packages please contact Deb Seth for the details.

Posted by Dale Peters at '07:36' - Tagged: nhs   healthcare   government   AI  

Tuesday 12 February 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* Musing on the Mid-Tier Indian pure-plays

chartWhile the Top 6 Indian pure-plays (IPPs) have been struggling for growth in recent times, the mid-tier suppliers have generally shown them a clean pair of heels with double-digit growth rates.

Having revenues broadly between $500m-$1bn, there is much speculation about consolidation among the mid-tier players to create more formidable competition for the top tier suppliers.

In the latest edition of OffshoreViews, TechMarketView managing partner Anthony Miller takes a closer look at the mid-tier players and speculates on whether there are indeed any ‘marriages to be made in heaven’!

Plus there’s the usual Snapshot summaries of the Top Tier IPPs and all sorts of colourful charts to enlighten the uninformed on the state of play among the offshore services market leaders.

Subscribers to the TechMarketView Foundation Service can download OffshoreViews Q4 2018 Review right here, right now!

Posted by HotViews Editor at '08:13' - Tagged: offshore  

Monday 11 February 2019

Early Bird Tickets for Tables of 10 now on sale for 'An Evening with TechMarketView'

TechMarketView LogoWe are very pleased to announce our Early Bird tickets for tables of 10 are now on sale for the 2019 ‘Evening with TechMarketView’. Secure your place now and be sure to book by 1st May for the discounted early-bird rates.

We look forward to welcoming you to this, our seventh annual Presentation and Dinner, at the magnificent Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), in Portland Place London, from 6.30pm on Thursday 12 September.

More than 200 of UK tech’s ‘great & good’ are expected to attend the evening event which has become a popular fixture in the tech calendar and has been described by attendees as “the best networking event in the industry”.

Expert insights on tech trends with superb networking
TMVE2018 Photo
Our research theme dictates that 2019 is ‘The Year of the Relationship’, so what better way to begin the evening than with a welcome drinks reception, sponsored by InterSystems, giving you plenty of time to relax and network with your peers.

After a few drinks, we invite you to join TechMarketView's expert analyst team and our guest speakers in the auditorium where they will share their insight on the trends and suppliers shaping the UK tech sector. You can then look forward to more networking and stimulating conversation over a sumptuous three course dinner.

Event Details:

Date: Thursday 12 September 2018
Venue: Royal Institute of British Architects, London
Registration & Drinks Reception: 6:30pm sponsored by InterSystems. This will be followed by the speaker sessions and a first-class dinner.

Early Bird Discount Offer TMV evening 2019

Early Bird Rates: Book by 1 May 2019

To get the best deal, book before 1 May to secure a table of 10 at the ‘early bird’ price of £3,950+VAT. You can book here or contact our event management partner, tx2events on T: 020 3137 2541. For more information please click here.

TechMarketView Event Rates for:

Sponsorship Opportunities:

To express your interest in sponsorship packages related to this or future events – some of which come with sought after speaking slots - please contact TechMarketView’s Sarah Robinson directly.

The TechMarketView Evening 2019 Welcome Drinks Reception is proudly sponsored by:
InterSystems Logo

Posted by HotViews Editor at '08:50'

Friday 08 February 2019

LAST CHANCE TODAY to partner with Civica

Opportunity to sell your machine intelligence solution into the Public Sector ends TODAY

logoTechMarketView will be running the third event in the TechMarketView Innovation Partner Programme series in March 2019 in association with Civica Innovation Partners, the new initiative announced by Civica, the UK’s leading supplier of business-critical software, digital solutions and managed services to the public sector and regulated markets and among the fastest growing of its kind.

Civica is looking for partners with an innovative solution in areas of “machine intelligence”, including: Analytics; AI; Automation and Connected Devices. Civica is interested in solutions which have been developed for use in any sector that can be applied to solve the challenges faced by its public sector customers.

Why partner with Civica?

logoOne of just a few UK tech 'unicorns', Civica has established itself as a leading technology partner for organisations globally, and has an enviable track record in providing the digital technology, cloud software and automation behind everyday services for over 100 million people.

Civica works with more than 3,000 major customers in 10 countries around the world, including national and local government organisations, health & care providers, social housing organisations and schools, as well as commercial enterprises. The Group’s software underpins critical services, supporting over two million professionals in their jobs and administering over £100 billion annually.

Eligibility criteria

You should be the founder or CEO/MD of a privately-held, UK tech company with revenues of less than £10m p.a. with an innovative solution in areas of “machine intelligence”, including:  Analytics; AI; Automation and Connected Devices. At a minimum, your technology solution must have been successfully deployed to at least one customer and is now ready to scale.

Qualification process

TechMarketView and Civica will be running a Pre-Qualification Session for potential partners in March 2019. If you believe your company fits the eligibility criteria, we strongly encourage you to apply. If your application is successful, you will be invited to London to discuss your proposition under non-disclosure terms with representatives from Civica and TechMarketView.

If you are subsequently selected as a Civica Innovation Partner, you will have the opportunity to work with Civica's business development teams to create joint propositions to offer to its extensive public sector customer base. You will also benefit from technical support from Civica’s technology community of over 1,500 people as well as marketing support for future collaborations.

ENTRIES CLOSE TODAY, FRIDAY 8th FEBRUARY

Applications must be submitted on this WEBFORM by close of play, Friday 8th February 2019. Applicants will be notified if their application has been successful by Friday 22nd February. There is no charge to apply for or, if accepted, participate in a PQS.

You can find more information about the TechMarketView Innovation Partner Programme along with Frequently Asked Questions on the TechMarketView website HERE and further information about Civica Innovation Partners HERE.

If you have any other questions, please email tipp@techmarketview.com or call TechMarketView Managing Partner Anthony Miller on 020 3002 8463.

Please note that Civica is not looking to provide cash funding or to take equity in your business as part of this programme.

Posted by HotViews Editor at '00:00'

Thursday 07 February 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* Launching TechMarketView's Market Readiness Index

MRI logoIn case you missed the excitement yesterday, TechMarketView is proud to have launched the first research published as part of our brand-new Tech User Programme (see here for more information).

Our first Tech User Programme report focuses on the UK’s Top 10 IT and business process services providers: Accenture, Atos, Capgemini, Capita, Cognizant, DXC, Fujitsu, HCL, IBM, and TCS. The in-depth, highly valuable, 86-page, report answers a fundamental question for the end user community: how ready are these leading suppliers to support their clients – the tech buyers – as they seek to digitally transform their organisations?

To answer this question, TechMarketView’s has designed the Market Readiness Index (MRI). The Index has been devised with buyers, for buyers, to help assess how advanced suppliers are when it comes to being able to contribute to the creation of more intelligent and more automated organisations for their customers. Our conversations with end user decision makers have revealed that they are looking for independent and expert guidance that they can trust. They want new ideas, honest recommendations and true collaboration from suppliers. And we have responded to that.

The MRI applies our highly regarded, rigorous, research approach to assess suppliers across six key areas: Corporate Resilience; Suitability of Offerings; Skills & Resources; Partner Ecosystem; Industry Expertise; and Delivery & Execution. This involves in-depth, revealing conversations with various functions within the supplier organisations as well as with a selection of clients.

TUP logoOver the coming months, we will expand our Tech Users Programme and will set about assessing a broader cross section of players. The analysis will be shared with senior buyers in the TechMarketView’s end user community.

If you are an End User organisations and have joined our Tech User Programme, you can download the report – TechMarketView Market Readiness Index (MRI): Top 10 UK IT & business process services suppliers – today. If you would like to find out more about joining the programme and accessing the report, you can find out more from Deb Seth.

If you are an IT/BP services provider and you are an existing TechMarketView subscription service client, reports published within our Tech User Programme are available to purchase. Please contact Deb Seth for information.

Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '09:28' - Tagged: bps   it+services   digital+transformation   TechUserProgramme   MRI  

Wednesday 06 February 2019

*UKHotViewsExtra* Atos banks on transformational outsourcing

AtosAs the market continues to pivot away from contracts that simply involve “keeping the lights on”, Atos has enjoyed a number of recent successes in the financial services outsourcing space. Although cost and efficiency remain part of the mix, financial services firms have grown to realise the importance of customer advocacy in growing their business. I visited Atos recently to meet with Chris Darlington, head of UK financial services, to talk about the market and learn more about the Atos approach.

In addition to the technology and business process improvements that Atos has been able to bring to some of its HVPengagements, Chris spoke passionately of the importance of the cultural changes that Atos aims to leverage. He explained that a “fail fast” DevOps type approach was helping the firm to realise rapid improvements for its clients, whilst also empowering team members. TechMarketView subscribers (including UKHotViews Premium subscribers) can learn more via our HotViewsExtra content (see: Atos banks on transformational outsourcing).

Posted by Jon C Davies at '18:50'

Wednesday 06 February 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* Launching the TechMarketView Market Readiness Index (MRI)

Market Readiness Index (MRI) logoToday we are extremely excited to launch the first research to be published as part of our brand-new Tech User Programme (see *Launch* Be part of our Tech User Programme and uncover valuable tech insights).

Our first Tech User Programme report focuses on the UK’s Top 10 IT and business process services providers: Accenture, Atos, Capgemini, Capita, Cognizant, DXC, Fujitsu, HCL, IBM, and TCS. The report answers a fundamental question for the end user community: how ready are these leading suppliers to support their clients – the tech buyers – as they seek to digitally transform their organisations?

To answer this question, TechMarketView’s has designed the Market Readiness Index (MRI). The Index has been devised with buyers, for buyers, to help assess how advanced suppliers are when it comes to being able to contribute to the creation of more intelligent and more automated organisations for their customers. Our conversations with end user decision makers have revealed that they are looking for independent and expert guidance that they can trust. They want new ideas, honest recommendations and true collaboration from suppliers. And we have responded to that.

The MRI applies our highly regarded, rigorous, research approach to assess suppliers across six key areas: Corporate Resilience; Suitability of Offerings; Skills & Resources; Partner Ecosystem; Industry Expertise; and Delivery & Execution. This involves in-depth, revealing conversations with various functions within the supplier organisations as well as with a selection of clients.

Over the coming months, we will expand our Tech User Programme and will set about assessing a broader cross section of players. The analysis will be shared with senior buyers in TechMarketView’s end user community.

ITech User Programme logof you are an End User organisations and have joined our Tech User Programme, you can download the report – TechMarketView Market Readiness Index (MRI): Top 10 UK IT & business process services suppliers – today. If you would like to find out more about joining the programme and accessing the report, you can find out more from Deb Seth.

If you are an IT/BP services provider and you are an existing TechMarketView subscription service client, reports published within our Tech User Programme are available to purchase. Please contact Deb Seth for information.

Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '06:49'

Wednesday 06 February 2019

*Launch* Be part of our Tech User Programme and uncover valuable tech insights

Tech User Programme logoToday, we are delighted to launch TechMarketView’s Tech User Programme. This exciting programme of research is squarely aimed at end users, or tech buyers, in the sector. The Programme has been created to support end-user organisations as they navigate their way through the choppy seas of digital transformation and beyond.

Leveraging our depth of expertise and knowledge we will share our opinions and insights on the market, the suppliers, the technology and relationships required in order to be successful against a backdrop of fast-paced change. The first Tech User Programme report - TechMarketView Market Readiness Index (MRI): Top 10 UK IT & business process services suppliers – is out now!

The Tech User Programme offers a range of benefits from accessing the end-user research to being part of an environment that seeks to drive innovation amongst suppliers and peers. Membership is available to end-user organisations and the great news is that the small, annual fee is being waived for the first year. To find out more contact Deb Seth or visit our webpage. We look forward to welcoming you on board.

Posted by Deborah Seth at '06:44' - Tagged: TechUserProgramme   MarketReadinessIndex   MRI  

Tuesday 05 February 2019

*UKHotViewsExtra* Atos 3-year plan reflects changed shape of business

Atos logoAtos made two significant moves in 2018. The first, the acquisition by Atos Worldline of SIX Payment Services, came in May (see Worldline scores SIX to build lead in European payments), reinforcing Worldline’s position as the largest payments business in Europe. The second came in in July. It was the acquisition of Syntel – see All eyes on Atos North America – which made North America Atos’ largest geography, brought increased capabilities in banking, finance and insurance, and boosted the company’s offshore resources, particularly in digital.

Having changed the size and business mix of Atos, the influence of these two acquisitions was clear to see in the main announcements from the company’s Investor Day last week. There were three key reveals: 1) the deconsolidation of Atos Worldline, 2) the three-year plan (ADVANCE 2021) and 3) a first look at the FY18 performance.

HV Premium logoHaving spoken with Atos CEO UK & Ireland, Adrian Gregory about the Group’s future plans, in the UKHotViewsExtra – Atos 3-year plan reflects changed shape of business – we take a look at where Atos will be focusing its attentions in the years ahead and consider its biggest challenges and opportunities.  TechMarketView subscribers (including UKHotViews Premium subscribers) can download the research note now. If you are not yet a subscriber, please contact Deb Seth to find out more.

Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '09:34' - Tagged: strategy   it+services   digital  

Monday 04 February 2019

Early Bird Tickets for Tables of 10 now on sale for 'An Evening with TechMarketView'

TechMarketView LogoWe are very pleased to announce our Early Bird tickets for tables of 10 are now on sale for the 2019 ‘Evening with TechMarketView’. Secure your place now and be sure to book by 1st May for the discounted early-bird rates.

We look forward to welcoming you to this, our seventh annual Presentation and Dinner, at the magnificent Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), in Portland Place London, from 6.30pm on Thursday 12 September.

More than 200 of UK tech’s ‘great & good’ are expected to attend the evening event which has become a popular fixture in the tech calendar and has been described by attendees as “the best networking event in the industry”.

Expert insights on tech trends with superb networking
TMVE2018 Photo
Our research theme dictates that 2019 is ‘The Year of the Relationship’, so what better way to begin the evening than with a welcome drinks reception, sponsored by InterSystems, giving you plenty of time to relax and network with your peers.

After a few drinks, we invite you to join TechMarketView's expert analyst team and our guest speakers in the auditorium where they will share their insight on the trends and suppliers shaping the UK tech sector. You can then look forward to more networking and stimulating conversation over a sumptuous three course dinner.

Event Details:

Date: Thursday 12 September 2018
Venue: Royal Institute of British Architects, London
Registration & Drinks Reception: 6:30pm sponsored by InterSystems. This will be followed by the speaker sessions and a first-class dinner.

Early Bird Rates: Book by 1 May 2019

To get the best deal, book before 1 May to secure a table of 10 at the ‘early bird’ price of £3,950+VAT. You can book here or contact our event management partner, tx2events on T: 020 3137 2541. For more information please click here.

TechMarketView Event Rates for:

Sponsorship Opportunities:

To express your interest in sponsorship packages related to this or future events – some of which come with sought after speaking slots - please contact TechMarketView’s Sarah Robinson directly.

The TechMarketView Evening 2019 Welcome Drinks Reception is proudly sponsored by:
InterSystems Logo

Posted by HotViews Editor at '09:15' - Tagged: event  

Friday 01 February 2019

*NEW RESEARCH* Business Process Services Supplier Prospects 2019 and Beyond

coverWhilst shifting market dynamics remain consistent for all Business Process Services (BPS) providers, suppliers will continue to respond in different and varied ways. Currently most of the large players are busy repositioning and reinventing themselves in an effort to remain relevant in the new market.

The Business Process Services Supplier Prospects 2019 and Beyond report identifies the challenges facing BPS suppliers, how they can best respond to them, and the things they should be doing to thrive in the long term. It also includes profiles of the top 10 BPS suppliers to the UK, making it essential reading for suppliers operating in the UK BPS market.

The preference for tech enabled digital services is seeing some of the traditional lift and shift players, look to focus on developing scalable and reusable digital platforms. Others are emphasising their strong vertical capabilities and specialisms. 

Automation-powered digital change will continue to reshape the BPS landscape, Having the right partner ecosystem in place will be more crucial than ever, whilst the importance of strategic consulting expertise will increase as the opportunity to redesign and integrate business processes from customer experience right through to the back office becomes more compelling.

Download the Business Process Services Supplier Prospects 2019 and Beyond report. If you’d like to know more about TechMarketView services, please contact dseth@techmarketview.com.

Posted by Marc Hardwick at '16:54' - Tagged: bps   newresearch   Suppliers  

Friday 01 February 2019

Share Indices in Jan 19

Jan 19 was a pretty good month for shares - tech in particular. NASDAQ rose by 10% but is STILL down nearly 10% from its high at the end of Sept 18. FTSE100 started 2019 with a 3.6% gain but is also STILL down over 9% from its Aug 18 highs.

HVPThe FTSE SCS Index - which most closely maps the UK SITS stocks we follow - rose 4% in Jan. A decent enough start to the year but still down a massive 34% from mid Jan 18. Those were the days before the big falls in Sage and Micro Focus.

Richard Holway’s Review of share performance in Jan 19 is exclusively available to TechMarketView clients including HotViews Premium subscribers. If you are not a paying subscriber, join today!

Posted by HotViews Editor at '09:45'