Gartner has positioned Infosys as a leader in its first-ever Magic Quadrant for Oracle Application Management Service Providers, Worldwide1.
“We believe Infosys has a very strong vision for the market, especially in helping our clients optimize operations and move to more efficient application management services,” said Ravi Kumar S., Vice President and Global Head, Oracle Practice, Infosys. “We are aligning strategic investments and are expanding our joint centers of excellence with Oracle to better help clients increase productivity.”
According to the report,"End-user spending on application outsourcing worldwide will be worth $40 billion in 2012.”
To be included in this magic quadrant report, a company must have a minimum of $100 million of external revenue for fiscal year 2011 per application suite in Oracle and Oracle application management services worldwide. Companies must have demonstrated Oracle application management services revenue from clients in at least three of the following four regions, with at least five separate clients per region: North America, Latin America, EMEA, and Asia/Pacific and Japan. Such clients can be global clients with subsidiaries or local or regional clients.
1Source: Gartner,“Magic Quadrant for Oracle Application Management Service Providers, Worldwide” Christopher Ambrose, Gilbert van der Heiden, Helen Huntley, 20 December 2012.
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