Attenda Limited, the Business Critical IT company, today announced it has been positioned by Gartner Inc. in the Leaders quadrant of the 2013 Gartner European Managed Hosting Magic Quadrant1.
In this first European Managed Hosting Magic Quadrant, Gartner highlights that whilst the European market is mature, emerging cloud offerings are disruptive, meaning that IT buyers must choose vendors carefully.
Commenting on the announcement, Mark Fowle, CEO Attenda says,"We are absolutely delighted with our positioning in the Leaders quadrant by Gartner, in this first European Managed Hosting Magic Quadrant. We believe it is affirmation that our Business Critical IT approach and strength in Client engagement resonates with our target audience."
Fowle adds,"We see this Gartner recognition as validation of our vision and strategy as we enter the next phase of our development. Our organic approach to growth has allowed us to carefully create a sustainably distinct and differentiated position."
As a leading provider of managed service solutions for business critical applications, we continue to evolve our services portfolio based upon four core proposition areas: Critical Applications, Cloud Services, Hosting and Infrastructure Services and End User Computing. Our Business Critical IT approach ensures that Clients' business critical applications keep transacting; through a continuous focus on performance, availability, recoverability, insight and security.
Fowle continues,"Our business is UK-based, and importantly, our positioning demonstrates the forward thinking and Client centric nature of our business. We take a "high touch approach" to managing our clients complex managed hosting solutions; with dedicated account teams and individuals assigned to manage technical, commercial and service management relationships with each client."
Fowle concludes,"Through offering straightforward advice on the right choices for our clients, we deliver scalable and secure platforms, drive successful business outcomes, with visibility of service delivery to ensure that IT and the business are continually aligned."
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1 - Gartner Magic Quadrant for European Hosting by Tiny Haynes, Gregor Petri, Douglas Toombs, Bob Gill, Lydia Leong, Sammi Pine; June 2013