The market for the internet of things shows no signs of slowing and according to a press statement on Forrester’s recent report, The Forrester Wave™: Global IoT Services For Connected Business Operations, Q4 2018, Deloitte is one to watch. The firm received top marks in the Current Offering and Strategy categories.
Forrester 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."
Other providers of global IoT services for connected business operations in contention included Accenture, Atos, Capgemini, Cognizant, Deloitte, Dimension Data, EY, HCL Technologies, IBM, Infosys, KPMG, PwC, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), and Wipro.
Forrester 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."
"Clients recognize the opportunity to use IoT to enable digital supply networks and fundamentally change how businesses operate. Deloitte is pleased to work alongside them to imagine, deliver, and run their future and help create insights-driven organizations."
"Clients recognize the opportunity to use IoT to enable digital supply networks and fundamentally change how businesses operate. Deloitte is pleased to work alongside them to imagine, deliver, and run their future and help create insights-driven organizations," said Andy Daecher, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP and Deloitte Digital IoT practice leader.
"Deloitte is honored to be named a leader by Forrester in global IoT services. We believe it's a testament to the breadth of services we can offer clients as they bridge the gap between the physical and digital worlds."
The report identified areas of growth for Deloitte’s IoT applications, naming "security, fleet management, asset management, predictive maintenance, inventory and warehouse management, supply chain, and track-and-trace capabilities."