Perficient Digital was included as a digital commerce service provider in Gartner’s Digital Commerce Vendor Guide. This report helps companies understand their vendor options and prioritize areas of investment.
Forrester recommends Perficient among 18 top providers for DPA implementation. Within the report, Perficient was identified for our technology implementation expertise, making us an ideal choice for those looking for help in implementation, design, integration, and development. Additionally, Forrester highlighted our work across several key industries, including financial services, energy and utilities, and healthcare.
Gartner’s “Hype Cycle for the Digital Workplace 2018” recognizes Perficient as a vendor for Intranet as a Service. The focus of the report is workforce digital dexterity, delivered in a digital workplace, and the tools, places, work styles and skills needed to support a workforce that thrives in a business environment that is in a state of continuous disruption.
Forrester recommends Perficient among mid-size API strategy and delivery service providers. When evaluating service providers, Forrester recommends choosing “a partner based on a strategic fit between API service needs, vertical expertise, and practitioner skills.” Within the report, Forrester also highlighted Perficient’s expertise in key industries, including financial services, insurance, and public services.
Forrester recommends Perficient among mid-size integration strategy and delivery service providers. Within the report, Forrester highlighted Perficient’s work across several industries, including financial services. One of the key takeaways from the report is “to design an agile digital business, then apply one or more of a variety of integration patterns and technologies to deliver it.”
Forrester’s report recommends Perficient among 17 top providers. The report advises IT leaders and application development and delivery professionals on choosing a partner for microservices adoption. When evaluating potential partners, Forrester recommends providers “with a dedicated microservices practice” because they offer a “more focused base for developing specialized resources.”