Long View named to Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services, North America
February 21, 2018
CALGARY, Alberta and DENVER, Colorado (February 20, 2018) — For the fifth straight time, Long View has been positioned as one of the “Niche Players” on Gartner’s January 2018 Magic Quadrant.
Evaluated in the Managed Workplace Services report, Gartner positioned Long View based on the company’s execution and strategic vision for the future of Managed Workplace Services.
“We’re very proud to once again be positioned on Gartner’s Magic Quadrant, along with 20 outstanding North American Managed Workplace Services providers,” says Long View’s Executive Vice President of Strategy, Kevin Crowe. “To be included amidst the significant changes that have taken place in the end-user outsourcing market demonstrates our strategic vision, execution, and innovation in this space. When the offering is paired with our core OneCloud offering we are truly differentiated in the market.”
“Long View’s flexible and agile solutions have led the way in the shift from employees needing to work in one location to IT enabling employees to be productive in several locations, and at any time of day,” adds Robin Bell, Long View’s Chief Technology Officer. “We believe our position on the Magic Quadrant is once again something we are celebrating and feel it proves we are a visionary client partner when it comes to digital workplace capabilities, both on premise and in the cloud.”
Long View supports over 97,000 users (both service desk and workplace devices) with 730,800 contacts handled, manages over 78,000 desktops/laptops and supports over 68,000 smartphones and tablets with four (4) dedicated service desk centers and 114 agents. Long View’s End User Experience offerings include service desk, desk side support, mobility, collaboration, productivity tools and assessments, with an ultimate goal of ensuring end-user experiences are positive and seamless. Long View’s hybrid cloud solution rounds out this offering through providing a combination of cloud types across multiple platforms to further enhance employee flexibility and productivity.
Inclusion in the Magic Quadrant is based on ability to execute and completeness of vision. Evaluation criteria for the ability to execute in this Magic Quadrant include: Overall viability, sales execution/pricing, customer experience, operations, products and services, market responsiveness and marketing execution.
Gartner’s detailed analysis of key trends, providers, and offerings helps sourcing executives choose the right provider in a crowded and critical market.
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ABOUT LONG VIEW: Long View is one of the most powerful IT solutions and services companies in North America, with offices across the continent. With a clear focus on combining business and technology through our Hybrid IT solutions, including cloud, IT infrastructure, managed services, and end user support, Long View is able to define and customize what the future of IT looks like for our clients. Innovative, flexible, cost-effective, and business focused . . . that’s Long View.
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For the first time the new heads of Microsoft, Cisco, and Hewlett-Packard Canada are coming together at #ActivateDigital2018
February 8, 2018
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Microsoft's Peesker, Cisco's Dagher, and HPE's Dathan to talk about Canada's digital Future at historic Guelph Conference on February 27th
TORONTO, Feb. 7, 2018 /CNW/ - #ActivateDigital2018
, will for the first time bring together Canadian high-tech industry thought leaders to talk about the emerging digital economy and the impact it will have on this country's future from both a business and political standpoint particularly in the Southwestern Ontario region.
According to Cisco President Rola Dagher, "the Toronto-Waterloo corridor now rivals Silicon Valley as an innovation generator." The new Cisco head then went on to add that "as artificial intelligence gains prominence, both Toronto, and Montreal are also emerging as global centres of innovation," and that "this is just the beginning."
The conference, which is being hosted by Long View Systems, a Canadian based IT services and solutions company with offices across North America, will also feature a line-up of other top-flight speakers from companies such as Waterloo-based BlackBerry. Activate Digital is taking place on February 27th at the Delta Guelph Hotel and Conference Centre.
Guelph Mayor Cam Guthrie, who shared the reasons for his city's incredible success as the "epicentre of technological innovation" in his recent Spotlight article
, will be delivering the conference's opening remarks.
At a special evening event, an invitation will be sent out to select members of the media to meet and talk with the speakers as well as other notable attendees.
Leafs great Darryl Sittler who is from St. Jacobs, Ontario will be present at the evening event, which is also raising money for London-based Craigwood Children, Youth & Family Services.
About Long View
Long View is one of the most powerful IT solutions and services companies in North America, with offices across the continent. With a clear focus on combining business and technology through our Hybrid IT solutions, including cloud, IT infrastructure, managed services, and end user support, Long View is able to define and customize what the future of IT looks like for our clients. Innovative, flexible, cost-effective, and business focused . . . that’s Long View.
Marketing Manager, Long View