FAO market: Accenture leads with 46% share of enterprise segment
Tuesday, 22nd March 2011
Accenture has developed a commanding position with enterprise engagements, while IBM has gained a lot of ground winning smaller-scale and mid-market clients. As these market share graphs illustrate, all the FAO engagements signed since the beginning of 2008 that have a Total Contract Value (TCV) of more than $25 million, dominate 80% of the total market, with a total expenditure of $7.1 billion. Accenture has been dominant in retaining and developing its client base of enterprise-level engagements, with IBM�s performance in winning new large-scale business surprisingly lacklustre, however, it does have a strong existing base of large scale clients it has served for the best part of a decade.
The onshore order-to-cash specialist, Vengroff Williams and Associates (VWA), also performs strongly in this segment, while there has been a relatively even-spread of business across all the major service providers, such as TCS, WNS, InfosysBPO and Cognizant, in addition to the FAO pure-plays, WNS and EXL. Genpact has proven the most consistent at developing a balanced portfolio of enterprise and mid-market clients over the last three years.
Publication : HFS
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