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By: Genesys     Published Date: Dec 11, 2013
Gartner recently released its Magic Quadrant for Contact Center Workforce Optimization, the annual report analyzing the workforce optimization industry. Gartner positions vendors based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute. Genesys improved its 2013 position moving from Niche Player to the Challengers Quadrant. This report provides you with insights you need to determine the Workforce Optimization Solution that is right for your organization. Read Now.
Tags : wfo, strategic planning, recruitment, workforce management, wfm, call recording and quality management, performance management, surveying, interaction analytics, magic quadrant, workforce optimization, genesys, networking
     Genesys
By: IBM Unica     Published Date: Sep 08, 2011
Quality organizations are under pressure to reduce costs and improve quality, while being hit with new technologies and practices. Agile practices, rich-client technology and cloud platforms are creating disruption in the testing tools market.
Tags : ibm, unica, gartner, magic quadrant, crm multichannel, campaign management, mccm, marketing, viability, execution, niche player
     IBM Unica
By: Quinstreet - Infosec     Published Date: Jun 11, 2012
The Magic Quadrant evaluates vendors based on their Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute and positions them in one of the following quadrants: Leaders, Challengers, Visionaries or Niche Players. Receive your complimentary white paper Now!
Tags : security, enterprise applications
     Quinstreet - Infosec
By: Salesforce     Published Date: Oct 17, 2019
In this Magic Quadrant, Gartner evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of 18 providers that it considers the most significant in the marketplace and provides readers with a graph (the Magic Quadrant) plotting the vendors based on their ability to execute and their completeness of vision. The graph is divided into four quadrants: niche players, challengers, visionaries, and leaders. At Solutions Review, we’ve read the report and pulled out the key takeaways.
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By: Schneider Electric     Published Date: Apr 23, 2019
After buzzing Industry 4.0 all over the media by all OT and IT experts, today, a few key concepts seem to unveil the potential that the industry believes is behind Industry 4.0. These include: Smart Machines, Smart Factory, cyber physical systems, Everything-as-a-Service and a few technologies like OPC UA, cloud and data analytics. Clearly, they are the innovation drivers and must-haves for every vendor of automation products that want to be recognized as leaders or challengers. Sooner or later they will become standards and used by followers and niche players, but the key question for the market of automation suppliers is not who is first in developing and providing all the nice concepts and technologies, but who is creating and combining them in the right way so that they can be turned into new revenue streams. We keep in mind that competitive advantages can be achieved through increasing operational efficiency, but the better way is through strategic uniqueness. Companies which ar
Tags : industry 4.0, iiot, smart machines, smart manufacturing, business models
     Schneider Electric
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