Embedding multicloud and software-driven services in portfolios helps vendors execute on strategy, expand addressable markets
Google Cloud revenue surpassed the $2 billion mark in 2Q19, doubling in size in six quarters. Under the guidance of CEO Thomas Kurian, Google Cloud is improving its enterprise appeal by launching its multicloud management tool set, Anthos; leveraging acquisitions to build out its migration, storage and analytics capabilities; and expanding its global sales and delivery capacity. Similarly, Salesforce complements internal innovation around solutions such as Customer 360 with ongoing acquisition activity and investment in its partner network. TBR estimates the vendor attained $3.95 billion in revenue as sales teams expanded single-product customer engagements, many of which are led by Service Cloud, into multiproduct deals.
Additional assessments publishing this week from our analyst teams
Capgemini continues to gain momentum in cloud services, with cloud revenue driven by offerings in the Capgemini Cloud Platform portfolio, which supports clients when building, migrating and managing applications and infrastructures in cloud environments. By delivering a cloud-first option, Capgemini enables enterprise and public sector clients to become agile through offerings related to data center modernization, cloud-native solutions, application modernization, intelligent applications, and emerging technologies such as IoT, blockchain and AI. Offering each client its entire portfolio enables Capgemini to provide holistic transformational solutions and effectively compete with peers. — Elitsa Bakalova, Senior Analyst
TBR’s Public Sector IT Services Research practice will publish its 2Q19 ManTech report this week. With top-line revenue expanding 9.4% year-to-year to $537 million, ManTech should be one of the top-performing vendors in 2Q19 in terms of sales growth. ManTech’s top-line expansion owes largely to accelerating spend among classified customers in the Department of Defense (DOD) and Intelligence Community that are increasingly engaging ManTech to enhance warfighting capabilities across all domains, but particularly in space and cyber. ManTech’s addressable market is set to expand and diversify into the civilian sector as the integration of Kforce Government Solutions (KGS) continues. KGS will add 500 employees with large-scale IT infrastructure modernization and transformation expertise, primarily with the Department of Veterans Affairs, to ManTech, while contributing roughly $100 million in revenue (based on revenue of $98 million reported by KGS in 2018). Inorganic sales will largely accrue in ManTech’s Mission Solutions and Services segment, where the core customer focus is the DOD, the Department of Homeland Security and federal health agencies. Look for TBR’s 2Q19 Perspecta report next week, as we examine how the company is leveraging its R&D-led approach to maintain its growth momentum as it begins its second full year as an independent, federal IT competitor. — John Caucis, Senior Analyst
Weakness in Cognizant’s core industry segments overshadowed increased growth in digital in 2Q19. The company’s ability to rapidly scale its digital revenue will be key to offsetting this weakness, specifically in Financial Services and Healthcare. In the near term, Cognizant must emphasize cross-sales of acquired assets, such as Zenith Technologies, within its existing and acquired install bases. — Kelly Lesiczka, Analyst
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