Tuesday 08 November 2022

*UKHotViewsExtra* Agilisys’ new business unit: doubling down on Data & Decisions

Agilisys logoIf you think you know what Agilisys has to offer the market, you might want to think again. 

Suppliers operating in the UK local government market will probably have a set image of Agilisys as an IT and business process outsourcing provider. While it’s true that that is Agilisys’ heritage, it’s also true that the company has been on a journey of reinvention for a while. It is an evolution that we shone a spotlight on early last year (see Agilisys: Adaptation to an evolving market | TechMarketView). 

The beauty of Agilisys of being privately-owned (the main shareholder being Blenheim Chalcot) is that they can make radical decisions without being concerned about the short term impact on revenues or the reaction of external shareholders. For Agilisys, its decision to transition and shift away from the more traditional IT and BPO services to focus on managed cloud delivery and digital enabling propositions has meant a reduction in top line revenue, declining by 9.5% to £140m in the year to 31st March 2022.

Now, Agilisys’ CEO, Andrew Mindenhall, is taking the company on the next step on their journey. They are embarking on refocusing and simplifying their propositions. This has involved reorganising Agilisys into two business units: Agilisys Services and Agilisys Data & Decisions.

TechMarketView subscribers, including UKHotViews Premium subscribers, can read more about the company’s positioning, how it is developing differentiation in the data space and winning against the competition (big and small), as well as its existing client base and contracts in UKHotViewsExtra - Agilisys’ new business unit: doubling down on Data & Decisions.

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Posted by Georgina O'Toole at '12:00' - Tagged: strategy   cloud   itservices   organisationalstructure   digital   data  

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