For the eighth time running, T-Systems has been named one of the Leaders in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing (DCO) and Hybrid Infrastructure Managed Services (HIMS) in Europa.
In the 2018 Magic Quadrant, Gartner rated 20 leading service providers with regard to the delivery of managed data center services. T-Systems has maintained its position and is among the Leaders for managed infrastructure and outsourcing
services in Europe for the eighth year running. As such, Deutsche Telekom's corporate customers arm has successfully positioned itself alongside competitors like IBM, DXC Technology, Atos, and Accenture.
Zero outage strategy for reliable outsourcing services
In the report, Gartner evaluated the areas Data Center Outsourcing (DCO), Hybrid Infrastructure Managed Services, Mainframe Services, ERP Hosting, Data Center Transformation, and Edge Data Center Managed Services. Another focus was services for private clouds
, cloud migration, and managed infrastructure.
Gartner Magic Quadrant Data Center Outsourcing and Hybrid Infrastructure Managed Services, Europe. T-Systems is a leader for the eighth year in a row.
Among other factors, T-Systems is confident that it impressed with its strict zero outage culture, which guarantees reliable services. "The renewed leader position is welcome confirmation of our work. We will continue to support our corporate and SME customers with optimized operating processes and maximum efficiency and data security in the future," says François Fleutiaux, Director of the IT Division and member of the Board of Management at T-Systems. "This outsourcing expertise makes us one of the leading providers on the market and also wins over our customers – as our recent deal with Sparda Banks
shows, among others."
Forward-looking cloud scenarios – from hybrid to multi-cloud
The ongoing expansion of its hybrid and multi-cloud offerings is another strength of T-Systems. "Our portfolio is tailored specifically to our customers' needs. They currently face growing complexity of their IT environments. In response, we are concentrating on a managed cloud strategy that enables the simple delivery and seamless integration of different cloud models in hybrid scenarios, as well as multi-cloud solutions," says Fleutiaux.