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Re: Is the Gartner Magic Quadrant Obsolete?
Posted by: Harel Tayeb 2020-08-05 07:47:01
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Once upon a time, it seemed no organization had its finger on the pulse of technology more than research consulting firm Gartner. Global corporations, technology companies, and the investment community have trusted Gartner for insights and analysis across a range of market sectors. But today, that leading position has eroded, and the merits of one of the company's most widely known and used tools, the "Magic Quadrant," has lost its relevance.

Re: Is the Gartner Magic Quadrant Obsolete?
Posted by: Simon Jones 2020-08-12 07:42:04 In reply to: Harel Tayeb
I disagree, this sounds like sour grapes. A year ago, you had a different tune, when you said: “We are excited to be a part of a technological revolution. We believe that the first Magic Quadrant for RPA Software paves the path for global acceptance and understanding of the capabilities of RPA. Our innovative teams continuously work towards Kryon’s mission of optimizing businesses and increasing profitability with our full-cycle automation solution.”

Re: Is the Gartner Magic Quadrant Obsolete?
Posted by: TommG 2020-09-30 03:13:50 In reply to: Simon Jones
Apparently Gartner is paid by companies that are regularly landing at top5 spots, plus the quadrant is bs since at least 5 years..

HfS on the other hand is launching their own OneOffice initiative which is a bizzare attempt to get into advisory business.
What to do? don't listen to noise, there is no 'independent' source of information although it would be such a nice reality
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