HP Named Leader in MarketScape for mADTMI

The report states “HP’s capabilities and forward-looking strategy positioned the service provider as a leader

IDC has named HP a leader in the “MarketScape: Worldwide Mobile Application Development, Testing, Management and Infrastructure (mADTMI) Services 2014 Vendor Assessment for its Mobile Applications Services.

Following an evaluation of 14 companies against 117 criteria, HP was recognized in the leader category in part for its capabilities in research and development (R&D), financial management and functionality delivered. The report states “HP’s capabilities and forward-looking strategy positioned the service provider as a leader in the mADTMI services IDC MarketScape.”

Customers also share high praise for HP’s customer service capabilities, its widely diverse mobility and industry skill sets and its strong ability to deliver services ahead of schedule and under budget. Of particular importance are HP’s strengths in mobility compliance and security, multiple operating system support and mobility service integration.

Today’s announcement highlights HP’s commitment to meet customers’ demands, expectations and goals for mobile applications services. Through these services, HP delivers a full suite of mobile applications services to help the customer envision, plan, architect, design, build, integrate, test and manage mobile applications for a better enterprise.

“Our goal is to enable customers on their journey to becoming a mobile enterprise centered on their users —offering mobile devices, infrastructure, networks, apps and service,” said Marshal Correia, vice president & general manager, Enterprise Services, HP India. “At HP, mobility is a top priority, and our entrance as a leader into IDC’s MarketScape report is further confirmation that HP’s mobile applications services are highly innovative.”

Based on IDC analysis and customer perception, HP’s position as a leader was secured for the following key attributes:
Percentage of revenue allocated to R&D in innovation, pace and productivity

Dedication to R&D investment in mobile applications services

Revenue and growth rates appear to be higher than the peer group averages, and the firm has been profitable with its services delivery in each of the past three years

Services offerings in mobile application development, testing, management, and infrastructure contain a strong mix of traditional and modern (e.g., cloud, native mobile app, web) technology capabilities that suit a wide variety of client needs

Balance and breadth of technical capability across the mobile application life cycle helped win high marks for IDC’s functionality/offering delivered category

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