Wipro is the only service provider to be featured as a ‘Leader’ by ISG for Software Defined Solutions and Services in Singapore and Malaysia.
Wipro Limited, a leading technology services and consulting company, announced that it has been named as a ‘Leader’ in ISG Provider Lens™ Network – Software Defined Solutions and Services report for Singapore and Malaysia.
ISG evaluated 34 service providers across five quadrants – Managed SD-WAN Services, SDN Transformation Services (Consulting and Implementation), Enterprise Networks Technology and Service Suppliers, Secure Access Service Edge (SASE), and Edge Technologies and Services. The report names Wipro as a Leader in five quadrants, noting Wipro has a strong Software Defined Networking (SDN) presence in Singapore & Malaysia.
Wipro’s focus on SDN transformation initiatives, consistent value delivery for clients, backed by a comprehensive portfolio of network offerings, strong industry collaborations, and deep technical expertise are key factors contributing to this recognition. Wipro is the only service provider to be featured as a ‘Leader’ by ISG for Software Defined Solutions and Services in Singapore and Malaysia.
Badri Srinivasan, Business Head – India & Southeast Asia, Wipro Limited said, “It is a privilege for us at Wipro to be exclusively featured in this report. This recognition is a testimony of our leadership in Network offerings and consistent value delivery to our clients. Hyper-connected and data-driven enterprises will be able to meet business and user goals more efficiently and securely. It’s an honour to be recognized for our strong SDN capabilities, associated strategies and technologies in Network. We are excited to serve the industry and transform enterprise network operations leveraging leading technologies.”
Deepraj Emmanuel, Director and Head of Asia at ISG said, “Wipro has taken a differentiated approach in unlocking the true potential of the value that an SD-WAN solution is supposed to deliver. The science and the art behind a successful SD-WAN solution needs to focus on the simplification of network and security operations underpinned by AI and automation, overcoming the limitations created by legacy network ecosystems. Wipro’s #WANFreedom, aligned with global standards, is able to effectively deliver this together with value added offerings like MDO, CoDNI, SDX, Insightix and ServiceNXT, while making clients successful using an end-to-end SD-WAN lifecycle optimization framework focused on Consult, Design, Pilot, Migrate and Operate.”
The report further states that there is a rising trend of edge offerings such as IoT and SASE in Asia. This is driving the need for edge computing to analyze data on the network before transferring it to the central data center or cloud. Wipro has been present in Southeast Asia for over two decades, having partnered with leading public and private sector enterprises across multiple industry verticals in their business transformation and digital journeys. Wipro also has a presence in the region through its acquired entities – Capco, Designit, Topcoder and Rizing.
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