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The Magic Quadrant helps your business to understand certain technology providers which you may view as an investment choice.

Providers who match the businesses needs and goals are more suitable to an investment, rather than a company who is focusing on the leader’s level of the quadrant.

We recommend The Skills Connection, as analysts that will help you move up in your Magic Quadrant in a competitive market.

What can Skills Connection’s assessment services do for you?

Former senior Gartner analysts help you to identify information that will create an impact on the positioning of your dot on the relevant Magic Quadrant.

As they are experts in this field, they know what is expected from analysts so they focus on what your business needs to deliver, saving you time. Find out more.

Assessments can be a lengthy process, however it is essential to optimise your chances of success as much as possible. Their team knows what makes a great submission to minimise the effects of disrupting the business.

They work alongside you with every survey question so it is completed to the best of its ability and you will be sure to succeed in your business and move the dot in the right direction.

How does a Magic Quadrant work?

It provides a graphical positioning for different types of technology providers in a competitive market.

There are four stages in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant – niche players, challengers, visionaries and leaders. Each business works their way up the Quadrant to become a leader in their company’s market.

The most advanced stage to be in is the leader’s stage. They are executed well in their market and are well positioned for the near future.

Visionaries have an idea of where the related market is headed, however they do not show this well enough.

Niche players don’t outperform other businesses and are based on a small segment of a business.

Lastly, challengers execute their business well, but they don’t demonstrate a complete understanding of where the direction of the market is going. Contact us today.