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NelsonHall Positions Dell as a Leader in Internet of Things Services

Monday, April 25, 2016

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PLANO, TX: Dell Services announces that it has been positioned in the leader category of the overall IoT services in the recent NelsonHall Vendor Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT).

The NEAT tool shows how vendors are positioned overall in terms of their ability to deliver IoT services, as well as within three distinct market segments that is IoT Application Services, Secure IoT Infrastructure Management, and New Business Model Development.

The NEAT evaluations are based on a combination of interviews with the vendors and their clients. The vendors are rated against a wide range of criteria, establishing a number of scenarios, each representing a different business situation or client business need.

According to NelsonHall, Dell as a leader, is seen as a vendor that exhibits both a high ability relative to its peers to deliver immediate benefit and a high capability relative to its peers to meet client future requirements.

Dell’s IoT Services helps customers simplify and optimize businesses by providing the right IoT transformation to them by offering over 40 individual vendor evaluation criteria and end-to-end solutions tailored to the unique set of goals and requirements of the customer. Dell also helps customers build connected products without the need of starting from scratch by leveraging its technology investments, equipment and data to promptly and securely enable analytics-driven action.  This enables customers to drive new business models, products, services, and generate new sources of revenue.

Dell Services also offers industry-specific services and solutions for healthcare, banking, insurance, retail, manufacturing and education to effectively deal with these verticals’ own priorities for digital adoption.

“When developing an IoT strategy, customers may face major hurdles such as high costs, lack of operational data on how assets are being used, security concerns and integration questions,” says Raman Sapra, executive director and global head, Digital Business Services, Dell. “With our IoT offerings, we provide an end-to-end approach that is grounded in experience and pragmatism to develop a strategy that reaps many benefits, including cost savings, a keen use of resources, and the connection of people, systems, and things to offer real real-time insights, ” he added. 

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