Agilisys has jumped six spots to number six this year on the UK local government SITS review issued recently by technology analysts TechMarketView. The report, by analysts Georgina O’Toole and Anthony Miller, commented positively on Agilisys’ performance and outlook, calling the company ‘one of the few rising stars in the UK local government SITS market’.
The analysis referenced Agilisys’ significant wins in the last year, which span the breadth of the company’s product, services, and consultancy offerings, and include new clients such as Bolton and Wigan Councils, the City of London Corporation, and Wolverhampton City Council. Growth within existing long-term partnerships, especially with the introduction of innovative products such as Agilisys Digital and Agilisys Engage also contributed to Agilisys’ spot on the top ten, as one of only two on that list to show double-digit growth in the sector in the past year.
Finally, the report highlighted Agilisys’ ability to stay ahead of market trends to meet changing commercial preferences within local government – for example through increased use of frameworks such as G-Cloud, and mono-line product and service offerings.
Agilisys CEO Steven Beard commented, “We are pleased to end the calendar year with such positive recognition from TechMarktView, given the analyst firm’s strong reputation in the industry. This is testament not only to our strategy of delivering savings and improved citizen outcomes through a combination of innovative platforms, transformational consultancy, and excellent service provision, but also to hard work of our employees across the UK who turn that strategy to action.”
The full UK Local Government Software & IT Services Supplier Landscape 2013-14, including complete league table is available to TechMarketView subscribers at www.techmarketview.com<http://www.techmarketview.com>.
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