"I'm delighted that we're a leader again," Kevin Bowles exclaims. He is the Product Owner of Enterprise Architecture at QualiWare and has been doing briefings with Gartner concerning the Magic Quadrant.
Kevin explains that this success results from a long-term strategy implemented over the past 2-3 years, demonstrating the company's commitment to continuous improvement.
Highlighted Strengths by Gartner
Gartner's Magic Quadrant report identifies three strengths contributing to QualiWare's leadership position.
The first strength lies in QualiWare's commitment to innovation, a trait deeply embedded in the company's DNA: QualiWare has always considered innovation a strength, and among other things, Gartner mentions QualiWare’s AI functionality predating the mainstream AI boom.
The second strength is collaboration, a crucial aspect in the evolving role of enterprise architects who actively engage and collaborate increasingly with various stakeholders.
Lastly, QualiWare's focus on industry verticals and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) initiatives was highlighted by Gartner, showcasing QualiWare’s forward-looking approach.
Significance of Gartner's Recognition
Being positioned as a leader in the Magic Quadrant holds both business development and reputational advantages for QualiWare, Kevin says. From a business perspective, customers often prioritise EA tools recognised by Gartner. The reputational advantage lies in the perception of QualiWare as a leading tool in the market.
With over 30 years of experience, this recognition reinforces the idea that QualiWare users employ a quality tool, instilling confidence and comfort.