Wipro Cited As A Leader In Service Providers For Next-Generation Oracle Application Projects By Leading Independent Research And Advisory Firm

Wipro Ltd. (NYSE: WIT, BSE: 507685, NSE: WIPRO), a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today announced that Wipro has been cited as a "Leader" by technology global research and advisory firm Forrester Research Inc. in its report, 'The Forrester Wave™: Services Providers for Next-Generation Oracle Application Projects, Q3 2016.'

Forrester evaluated 13 service providers across three categories of current offering, strategy and market presence.

Forrester wrote, "Wipro is a proven provider making big investments in the shift to cloud. It has a long track record of delivering Oracle services… [Wipro] was recognized by Oracle with a co-innovation award at Oracle's Collaborate conference in 2016." Forrester has also cited Wipro's "investment in and exclusive partnership with Drivestream."

According to the Forrester report: "Wipro wants to be the partner of choice for tomorrow's digital businesses; it has invested in its own artificial intelligence tool, [Wipro HOLMES Artificial Intelligence Platform™], and in next-generation Oracle technologies. Wipro has recently started to invest in digital experience and customer journey mapping capabilities, including its acquisition of Designit and associated studios."

Hiral Chandrana, Senior Vice President & Global Head, Business Application Services, Wipro Limited,  said, "I believe that this recognition reinforces our committed road-map to design and deliver Next-Generation Oracle Services for our customers to help drive continuous innovation, spur digital transformation and accelerate business performance. In my view, our strategic investments in Oracle's integrated cloud applications and platforms, industry IP (Intellectual Property), along with our innovative global delivery capabilities have been instrumental in achieving this position as a leader."

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