Tata Consultancy Services Ltd has announced its leadership position in Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix for Advanced Analytics and Analytics (AA&I) services.
According to the report, TCS attributes its outstanding portfolio across horizontal and vertical sectors, and robust product strategies among its peers. The company’s core strengths include its ability to bring relevant facts and insights to the discussion table and to meet different industry requirements by customizing its analytical framework. TCS has strong execution capabilities across the entire AA&I value chain.
“TCS is working with leading companies to navigate the next normal using a new generation of advanced analytics-based solutions. We empower our customers to develop new products and services and transform their ecosystem-wide data into value to deliver a superior customer experience,” said Dinanath Kholkar, Global Head, Analytics and Insights, TCS .
TCS launched a comprehensive portfolio of business service offerings in a service-as-a-product model based on the TCS Decision Fabric framework, to help customers solve specific business problems and deliver a superior customer experience. It includes TCS workforce analytics, TCS PredictCX, TCS risk management, regulatory and compliance solutions.
On Friday, shares of TCS ended at 3,969.25 rupees, up 71.6 rupees or 1.84% from its previous close of 3,897.65 rupees on BSE. The certificate opened at Rs3,880 and touched an intraday high and low of Rs3,978.30 and Rs3,860.10 respectively