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13 Dec. 2019 London, GB

EY ranked as a leader in providing Internet of Things by HFS Research

LONDON, 13 DECEMBER 2019. EY has been recognized by HFS Research as a leader – and the leading Big 4 organization – in providing Internet of Things (IoT) for enterprises in its HFS Top 10 Internet of Things (IoT) Service Providers 2019 report.

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EY has been recognized by HFS Research as a leader – and the leading Big 4 organization – in providing Internet of Things (IoT) for enterprises in its HFS Top 10 Internet of Things (IoT) Service Providers 2019 report. The report examines the role service providers play in the evolving IoT landscape by assessing and rating the IoT service capabilities of 23 service providers across criteria including innovation, execution and the voice of the customer.

The report cites EY as “an innovative Big 4 organization with considerable experience in IoT, establishing itself as a ready-to-deploy solution provider.” It highlights EY strength in deep sector and domain experience, as well as a IoT Network of Excellence across the globe – which includes 2,700 IoT professionals – that is supported by 36 EY wavespaceTM centers around the world. The report also notes the sector-specific IoT solutions and assets that make up the EY proprietary technologies that can be rapidly implemented to help solve client’s business problems.

Aleksander Poniewierski, EY Global IoT Leader – Advisory, says:

“We are delighted to be recognized by HFS Research as a leader in IoT. EY is committed to helping clients redesign their operating models to create long-term business value through IoT, helping them to innovate at scale and thus transform their businesses. By using and applying emerging technologies, EY professionals are discovering new ways of working and engaging with customers and suppliers, helping them achieve their current goals, while also thinking ahead of the challenges they may face as they scale.” 

The report also notes the development opportunities for EY in consulting-led delivery and the huge prospect to upscale both the depth and breadth of existing scope of client engagements. 

Tapati Bandopadhyay, Research Vice President, HFS Research, says:

“In this era of rapidly changing digital transformation, our increasingly connected, data-driven society has never seen greater demand for IoT consulting. The strong EY ecosystem allows for co-innovation and the provision of projects together with other market players, including alliances, bringing a significant competitive advantage.”

To learn more, visit ey.com/advisory

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