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BOXARR in Gartner's Guide for DigitalTwin

Updated: Feb 21

Gartner, the world's leading research and advisory company, has been driving the thought leadership around the concept and value-propositions of reflecting holistic inter-dependencies across systems and organisations within a digital framework - or 'DigitalTwin'.

Coordinating the inter-dependencies within and across digital business transformation initiatives is challenging, yet key to the success of the enterprise.

Creating a DigitalTwin of the organisation helps to optimise enterprise architecture, and technology innovation leaders to prioritise, guide, plan, monitor, analyse and scale complex initiatives.

Gartner Analyst, Marc Kerremans, has published a 'Market Guide For Technologies Supporting the Digital Twin of an Organisation', and BOXARR is delighted to have been featured as a leading technology provider in this space.

BOXARR's VP for Global Alliances, Fraser Hamilton, says:

"The whole concept of DigitalTwin of Organisations is effectively what we have been delivering for years - helping organisations to collaboratively model, visualise, analyse and optimise their systems-of-systems to drive optimal operational performance."

"It's fair to say that in this respect we've been somewhat ahead of our time - particularly as this has always been at the core of what we do, as opposed to where we see other technology providers dressing up or trying to integrate their legacy technologies to jump on the DigitalTwin bandwagon."

"Now our concept and capability are becoming widely adopted and validated by leading advisories, such as Gartner and the Big-4."

"Working with our global network of Alliance Partners we can combine their subject-matter expertise and advisory leadership with the immense power and versatility of BOXARR to deliver outstanding solutions to customers, across any market sector."

The Gartner's Market Guide can be found on the Gartner website:

( You may require a Gartner subscription to access the report)

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