LTI has been recognized as a “Major Player” in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Managed Multicloud Services Vendor Assessment, 2021. The report evaluated 14 service providers’ managed multicloud services and how they are helping their enterprise clients become more agile, drive revenue, and standardize their IT environment. The IDC MarketScape used more than 100 parameters and 27 in-depth customer interviews spanning 10 countries and 11 industries to assess the service providers listed in this category.
“LTI demonstrated that it could support critical client needs when using LTI’s managed multicloud services such as meeting SLAs, providing access to a full array of public cloud providers, delivering business and technology expertise, incorporating a full array security and recovery services, and providing cost-effective solutions”, said David Tapper, Vice President, Outsourcing and Managed Cloud Services. “By utilizing its holistic set of managed multicloud services resources and capabilities, LTI is positioned to assist enterprises with their cloud strategies and need to ensure business agility and resiliency.”
- LTI utilized a holistic framework to support client needs for managed multicloud services that LTI refers to as Cloud Business Transformation Squared or C=BT². This framework is composed of four key pillars starting with C4X. C4X is a platform by which LTI can help enterprises define their cloud journey and requirements via the lens of a business-based approach spanning six industries including utilities, pharmaceutical manufacturing, CPG (consumer product goods), manufacturing, financial services and oil and gas.
- The second major pillar of LTI’s cloud strategy involved its Infinity Cloud platform. This platform incorporates a centralized knowledge database, an intelligence and simulation engine, plug-and-play capabilities, and visibility across the cloud life cycle. This platform also integrates existing tools and partner capabilities.
- Coupled with its cloud strategy are LTI’s Rainmakers, an elite team of more than 1500 consultants with deep engineering talent across the cloud ecosystem spanning AWS, Google, Azure, ServiceNow, Oracle, IBM, SAP and salesforce.com.
- LTI also created a cloud operating model that supports Cloud Ways of Working (CWOW) and is based on agile methodologies.
Some notable strengths outlined:
- Exceeded industry standards in supporting any type of Microsoft applications as well as Microsoft technologies,
- Exceeded market standards in providing a lower RTO and shorter response time,
- Customers rated LTI highly in being effective for cost savings along with security and recovery services capabilities.