System Integrator (SI) Capabilities on Microsoft Azure Services PEAK Matrix® Assessment 2021

24 Nov 2020
by Ashwin Venkatesan, Kumar Avijit, Mukesh Ranjan, Siddharth Rawat, Titus M

Enterprises’ cloud consumption has experienced a dramatic shift – from a skeptical outlook toward the public cloud to going all in on the public cloud – in the last few years. More than 90% of enterprises already leverage one or more public clouds in their enterprise environment. COVID-19 has further accelerated enterprise migration to public cloud, as most enterprises have seen its business continuity benefits during the pandemic.

Public cloud hyperscalers such as Microsoft Azure have emerged as the solutions of choice to address pandemic-related challenges due to hyperscale benefits and the ease of access to new technology stacks. Increasingly, Microsoft Azure with its full stack of offerings across workplace, enterprise IT applications, IT infrastructure, data & analytics, business applications, and collaboration tools – coupled with its existing relationships with enterprises – is becoming a preferred cloud provider and has experienced rapid adoption of its services. This has led to a proliferation of Azure offerings in the market, which coupled with management complexities and a talent crunch, is pushing enterprises to seek third-party support. Service providers can help enterprises navigate the Azure landscape across infrastructure, platform, data, and next-generation technology segments.

In this research, we present an assessment of 26 IT system integrators featured on Everest Group’s SI capabilities on Microsoft Azure PEAK Matrix® and categorize them into Leaders, Major Contenders, and Aspirants. We also provide analyst perspectives on these system integrators’ strengths and areas of improvement in providing Microsoft Azure cloud services.


This research provides an assessment of the following IT system integrators associated with Microsoft Azure cloud services: Accenture, Aspire Systems, Blazeclan, Brillio, Capgemini, Cloudreach, Coforge, Cognizant, Coretek, DXC Technology, Ensono, GFT, HCL Technologies, Infosys, LTI, Microland, Mindtree, Mphasis, NTT DATA, Sopra Steria, TCS, Tech Mahindra, UST Global, Virtusa, Wipro, and Zensar.


Each service provider profile includes the following:

  • A summary dashboard – assessment of market impact, and vision and capability
  • Detailed strengths and areas of improvement


Cloud and Infrastructure Services

Sourcing and Vendor Management


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