- EY recognized for completeness of vision and ability to execute
- In companion Critical Capabilities report, highest product ranking achieved for Strategy and Consulting, Data Management and Governance Use Cases
EY today announces that Gartner, Inc. has named EY a leader in the February 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data and Analytics Service Providers.1
Gartner evaluated 19 providers of data and analytics services and recognized EY as a leader for completeness of vision and ability to execute. Drawing on the same briefing information, the Gartner Magic Quadrant Companion Report: February 2021 Critical Capabilities for Data and Analytics Service Providers2 scored EY in the highest product ranking for Strategy and Consulting, Data Management and Governance Use Cases.
Beatriz Sanz Saiz, EY Global Consulting Data and Analytics Leader, says:
“The digital transformation process across industries has definitely been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Now the debate has shifted from whether to invest in new data and analytics technology to focusing on how businesses can embed this technology into the very core of their organizations. This recognition is especially noteworthy because the future of business resilience is built on trusted data, giving businesses powerful insights at a local and global level.”
Sanz Saiz says:
“The EY vision is to help clients build a robust data foundation in a fraction of the time that it would have otherwise taken by leveraging the business data fabric model, which provides a single and consistent view of data. This can help enable organizations to leverage the insights that artificial intelligence (AI) can drive, at scale, without worrying about the limitations of underlying technology and legacy systems. This ‘trusted intelligence’ approach, and the EY suite of trusted AI platforms and tools, can help organizations across all industries reinvent their entire end-to-end value chain and drive digital transformation for competitive advantage.”
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