We at Oracle are excited to once again be named a ‘Leader’ in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Field Service Management, based on our ability to execute and completeness of vision.
According to Gartner, the vendors in this report were raecognized based on how they “reflect customers’ new expectations in areas such as digital technician support, outcome-based service business models, and AI-driven scheduling and decision support. When assessing vendors, look for packaging of multiple technologies and proven results.”
Gartner Leader Criteria
Per Gartner report, “Leaders demonstrate a market-defining vision of how technology can help service professionals achieve business objectives. Leaders have the ability to fulfill their vision through products, services, ecosystems and solid business results in the form of revenue and earnings. They have strong partner programs, which are formalized and “gamified,” and they track proof of renewal every year.
Leaders have significant, successful reference customer deployments in North America, EMEA and Asia/Pacific in a wide variety of industries, with multiple proof points above 2,000 users. They have a robust native scheduling engine that is scalable to thousands of employee and third-party technicians. They also have strong and innovative technology-based service enablers (such as IoT enablement, social collaboration, AI-driven decision support and chatbots), and end-customer engagement tools for, and coverage (either directly or through certified partners) of, all six categories of FSM capability. Leaders have many successful integrations with multiple systems of record (especially ERP and CRM systems) from multiple providers; and many deployments in multitenant deployment models.
Other providers measure themselves against the Leaders and emulate their strategies and tactics. Leaders demonstrate market strength, based on installed-base depth, and they affect market trends in terms of all the criteria by which they are evaluated. Leaders’ software users often consider that they are gaining a competitive advantage over others in their industry.”
Learn more about Oracle’s position in this year’s Magic Quadrant and what the field service market looks like today by downloading the full report.
Gartner Magic Quadrant for Field Service Management, Jim Robinson, 16 April 2019
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