Sopra Steria, a European leader in consulting, digital services and software publishing, announced today that its Agile & DevOps services have been named «a Leader » in the latest NelsonHall NEAT analysis on the Agile Development & DevOps Services market segment.
Back in 2013, Sopra Steria launched its Agile & DevOps Services to support its client’s digital transformation across Europe – France, UK, Germany, Benelux, Spain and Nordics. With the raise of cloud-native technologies and its associated culture, Sopra Steria has reinforced its capabilities and footprints to help organisations to resolve innovation, velocity and flexibility challenges.
NelsonHall’s NEAT vendor evaluation reflects Sopra Steria’s overall ability to meet future client requirements as well as delivering immediate benefits to Agile Development & DevOps Services clients. This evaluation assessed all the major providers in this segment worldwide.
The NEAT assessment identifies Sopra Steria’s Agile Development & DevOps Services as “a Leader” based on the following strengths:
- Its broad set of certified employees with Agile and DevOps capabilities positions Sopra Steria well to deliver scaled agile for its clients
- Its investment in low code and automated development capabilities
- Its evolving DevOps platform in place for more than five years gives Sopra Steria a mature capability to offer clients new capabilities such as AI
“Sopra Steria’s strong client footprint in Europe, mature scaled agile delivery and a proven DevOps platform, to which it is looking to apply emerging capabilities such as AI, positions the company well to grow its Agile & DevOps Services practice”, explained David McIntire, IT Services Research Director at NelsonHall.
And Mohammed Sijelmassi, Chief Technology Officer at Sopra Steria added, “The new normal context has accelerated the needs for Digital Transformation in all the countries, across all the industries. This recognition as a leader in Agile Development & DevOps Services shows the value of Sopra Steria’s end-to-end capabilities to orchestrate new platform offering, enable the new offering services and manage the underlying technical platform”.