Getronics, a leading global provider of workspace services with on-site coverage in over 180 countries, announced today that it has been named a Challenger by Gartner as Getronics (Pomeroy) in the January 2019 Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services (MWS), North America, whilst maintaining its Niche Players quadrant position in Europe.
“We are very pleased to be recognised in Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services, both in Europe and, for the first time, in North America,” said Harsha Gowda, Chief Technology Officer at Getronics. “At Getronics, we are heavily focused on investing in our people, skills and technologies to further strengthen our digital workplace capabilities. With our recent acquisition of Pomeroy in the US, our renewed focus on service and operational excellence, and extended global capabilities thanks to our Global Workspace Alliance (GWA), we are confident we are on the right path to achieve our vision of becoming the preferred partner for business transformation, delivering innovation in the workspace for our customers around the world.”
Getronics’ aim is to become a $2b company by 2020 with double digit profitability percentage metrics, whilst continuing to demonstrate its focus on happy clients and commitment to being a global partner in business transformation. In July of 2018, Getronics announced the acquisition of Pomeroy, a leading provider of workplace services in North America, which doubled Getronics’ size from 4,500 employees to 9,000.
Getronics is a leading and founding member of the Global Workspace Alliance. In Europe, Getronics provides managed workplace services in partnership with Minsait (former Tecnocom) in Iberia; SPIE ICS in France and Switzerland; Centric in the Netherlands; NSC in Italy; Infocare in the Nordics; and S&T in Eastern Europe. Together, GWA partners are strongly positioned to target midsize and large deals with a global footprint.
Gartner evaluated 16 European and 21 North American providers in the MWS market based on their ability to execute and completeness of vision.
Source: Gartner,“Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services, Europe” David Groombridge, Claudio Da Rold, Federica Troni, 14 January 2019; “Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services, North America” Daniel Barrios, Mark Ray, 14 January 2019
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