With rapid adoption of digital technologies, war for talent is expected to accelerate for next-generation technology areas. As talent becomes a key determinant of success, the need for a hyper-productive , multi -skilled and diverse talent pool has become critical. Shortage of internal talent is pushing enterprises to seek support of service providers who are investing in talent readiness for next-generation IT services and help clients move through their digital transformation journey.
In this research, Everest presents an assessment of 17 service providers featured on the PEAK Matrix for talent readiness in next-generation IT services. The assessment is based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for calendar year 2019, interactions with leading 17 service providers, client reference checks and an ongoing analysis of the market for talent readiness for next-generation IT services.
HCL has been rated as a leader in the assessment.
While HCL has been rated well both on Market Impact, Vision and Capability, Everest Group’s assessment has found HCL particularly well in Value Delivered and Scope of Service offered.
“Access to a hyper-productive and diverse talent pool has become critical as next-generation talent is an increasingly key determinant of success. To gain that access, enterprises are investing in talent development in collaboration with an ecosystem of partners to build next-generation IT services skills at speed and scale,” says Ronak Doshi, Vice President at Everest Group. “HCL stands out from its peers due to its structured go-to-market strategy and branded offerings for talent-related issues. Enterprises appreciate its openness to experimenting with new talent onboarding initiatives – such as its ‘hack to hire’ program and its adoption of the Dreyfus model of talent acquisition. The firm’s move away from a factory-based
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