In our new weekly blog series Two Back, Three Forward, we look at two numbers in TBR reports from the prior week as well as three numbers from our upcoming reports, highlighting the analysis TBR provides and the vast amount of data — the numbers — we’re working with every day. It’s all about the data and what that data means to you.
11, vendors profiled in TBR’s 1Q20 Enterprise Edge Compute Market Landscape. A newly launched product from TBR looks at the far edge of the edge compute spectrum, which is “also known as the local edge, new edge, network edge, mobile edge, multiaccess edge or distributed new edge.” Within the market landscape, senior analysts Nicole Catchpole and Stephanie Long examine recent developments and provide a SWOT assessment on vendors as diverse as Atos, Equinix and Microsoft.
5, clients TBR visited with last week in New York City. In a bit of a whirlwind tour continuing the spring travel season, TBR shared parts of our Digital Transformation Insights portfolio, our soon-to-be-released digital delivery platform, and six big ideas challenging the consulting and IT services space in 2020. Surprisingly, no clients challenged TBR’s assertion that the term digital is dead, while the most lively (and heated) debate centered on the unchanging nature of the largest strategy consulting pure play firms.
21.6%, ManTech’s year-to-year revenue growth in 4Q19: As detailed in our upcoming full report on the company, ManTech grew rapidly through a couple of key acquisitions, namely Kforce Government Solutions and H2M Group. The latter, which brought along $30 million in revenue and around 180 professionals, follows ManTech’s typical acquisition strategy, which focuses on new capabilities and/or agency access that the company has been unwilling or unable to gain organically. As the full report will note in a scenario on acquisitions, “H2M Group has an extremely deep relationship with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and strong expertise in the geospatial industry as well as in intelligence collection and analysis and business operations support.”
65%, of customers in Latin America/South America have stayed away from adopting IoT solutions, according to IT services vendor Logicalis: Senior Analyst Boz Hristov traveled to Brazil to meet with Logicalis’ local and global leadership and hear their perspectives on the local market for both traditional IT services and emerging technologies such as cloud and IoT. Analyzing Logicalis’ solid credentials, well-established client base and willingness to take a riskier approach to outcomes-based pricing, TBR offers expectations around the company’s consulting, applications services and acquisitions in the special report available this week.
$389 million, Atos’ 4Q19 revenue within Big Data & Cybersecurity: The company’s leading service line for revenue growth saw contract wins across multiple geographies and industries, bolstered by a strategic decision to leverage ecosystem partners and expand its own capabilities simultaneously. In a scenario discussion in the upcoming full report, Senior Analyst Elitsa Bakalova explains how Atos has made substantial headway with cybersecurity offerings outside its core European market. By folding new offerings into its established and well-regarded Prescriptive Security Operations Centers, the company provides clients, in TBR’s assessment, “visibility, control and compliance.”