Monday, December 4, 2017

Persistent Systems Leading Players for Enterprise and Consumer Software in ‘Zinnov Zones 2017

In its recently released report ‘Zinnov Zones 2017 for Product Engineering services,’ Zinnov  positions Persistent Systems in the leadership zone for ‘Enterprise Software’ and ‘Consumer Software’ for the fifth consecutive year. Persistent is positioned as “Established and Niche” for overall product engineering capabilities – in line with the company’s focus on software–driven businesses.

"Zinnov Zones 2017 – Product Engineering Services” rates 40+ service providers on their product engineering prowess. Service providers are assessed based on multiple dimensions such as spread and maturity of delivery and services capabilities, scalability, growth rate, financials, innovation & IP, ecosystem linkages and feedback from enterprise buyers.

This rating represents the company’s positioning with respect to other service providers based on a detailed assessment across dimensions such as delivery and services capabilities, spread & maturity, scalability, innovation & IP, ecosystem linkages, and feedback from buyers. 

Dr. Anand Deshpande, Chairman and Managing Director, Persistent Systems, “Our leadership is a recognition of strengths in building software products for our customers. At Persistent, we are collaborating with born-digital companies, software industry leaders, as well as with enterprises who are partnering with us in their transformation to become software-driven. This is driving our focus on Software 4.0 which extends our software product DNA with competencies such as design thinking, collaborative innovation, hackathons, and continuous engineering.”

Sidhant Rastogi, Partner & Practice Head, Zinnov, “Persistent’s strong track record in building software products and their expertise in software engineering makes them a preferred choice among the customers. The company’s flexible and custom-built platform based solutions, APIs and in-house ready to use frameworks helps in accelerated new product developments”

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