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VirtusaPolaris Recognized by Independent Research Firm as a Leader among BPM Service Providers

VirtusaPolaris, the market-facing brand of Virtusa Corporation and Polaris Consulting & Services, Ltd., and a leading worldwide provider of information technology (IT) consulting and outsourcing services, today announced that the company has been recognized as a leader among Business Process Management (BPM) Service Providers by analyst firm Forrester Research in The Forrester Wave™: BPM Service Providers, Q4 2016.

As part of the evaluation, VirtusaPolaris was assessed for its current offering (which included assessment of breadth of digital automation services, implementation and delivery models, and staffing and partnerships), strategy, and market presence. The report noted that the company’s vision for the future of digital business automation is backed up by a compelling road map for introducing new automation technologies within its portfolio of BPM consulting products and services.

“We are honored to be recognized as a leader in BPM services,” said Stuart Chandler, global head of BPM Practice at VirtusaPolaris. “Businesses across the globe are looking to transform their operations and processes to meet the emerging challenges of digital disruption. We believe VirtusaPolaris’ positioning as a leader clearly reflects the ability to deliver world-class business platforms for the digital age thus enabling organizations to drive full value from their BPM investments and achieve competitive advantage.”

With 200+ BPM implementations, rich heritage, and thought leadership in partnering with leading BPM vendors to develop BPM products, VirtusaPolaris has been helping Global 2000 companies across industries to effectively leverage BPM to transform their operations for increased efficiencies and improved customer service. Coupled with its integrated end-to-end BPM offerings, the company has been enabling its clients to leverage modern technologies such as mobility, cloud, analytics coupled with best-in-class digital and consulting skills to drive customer-centricity, productivity and enhanced business outcomes.

“VirtusaPolaris has been supporting strategic BPM initiatives at Fallon Health for over 3 years,” said Erik Hong, vice president Business Solutions Delivery & Support at Fallon Health. “We have found them to be a very strong partner who can bring in the thought leadership, innovation, and engineering rigor to help us achieve our business outcomes. VirtusaPolaris’ consultative approach to solutioning, understanding of how BPM can support the business and the depth of expertise in designing and implementing core solutions has been key to the successes we have seen in some of our top initiatives. In instances where Fallon Health has leveraged the Pegasystems technology, VirtusaPolaris has successfully driven both business and technology change. We are delighted to see VirtusaPolaris getting recognized for their strength of BPM service delivery in the Forrester Wave.”

The Forrester Wave™ is Forrester’s evaluation of vendors in a software, hardware, or services market. Forrester Wave evaluations are driven by Forrester’s analysis of data collected from the marketplace and the experience of its analysts. The Forrester Wave for this category focuses on providers’ business process management consulting services, serving customers in at least two global geographic regions to implement widely used BPM software platforms.

Download the report to know more about the BPM Service Provider market and why VirtusaPolaris has been recognized as a Leader in this evaluation.

For more information on VirtusaPolaris' business process management services, please visit http://www.virtusapolaris.com/services/bpm/perspective/.

About VirtusaPolaris

VirtusaPolaris, the market-facing brand reflecting the combined strengths of Virtusa Corporation and Polaris Consulting & Services, Ltd. is a global provider of information technology (IT) consulting and outsourcing services that accelerate business outcomes for Global 2000 companies and leading software vendors in banking and financial services, insurance, healthcare, telecommunications, technology, media and entertainment.

VirtusaPolaris’ solutions address the CXOs’ dual challenge of growing revenues while improving IT cost efficiencies. VirtusaPolaris’ digital services leverage innovative new technologies to reimagine the customer experience, increasing retention and creating lasting value. VirtusaPolaris’ preemptive outsourcing solutions help clients reduce risk and improve IT operations.

VirtusaPolaris delivers services across the IT lifecycle, including consulting, solution design, technology selection, implementation, testing and maintenance & support, including infrastructure support. Inheriting a strong heritage in software engineering, VirtusaPolaris is highly qualified to both develop and maintain software, using a proven platforming methodology and advanced Agile and Accelerated Solution Design techniques to reliably produce results on time and within budget.

Holding a record of success across industries and unparalleled domain expertise, VirtusaPolaris understands clients’ business challenges best and uses that to deliver distinctive, differentiated and innovative application of technology to solve those problems. Examples of large business transformations completed include the world’s largest P&C claims modernization program, one of the largest corporate customer portals for a premier global bank, an order to cash implementation for a multinational telecommunications provider, and digital transformations for media and banking companies.

Virtusa Corporation is headquartered in Massachusetts, and together with Polaris, has 50 offices across North America, Europe and Asia.

Polaris Consulting & Services is a subsidiary of Virtusa Corporation. Copyright © 2016 Virtusa Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

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