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Nutanix receives accolade from Gartner for hyperconverged infrastructure

Nutanix, a global company focusing on enterprise cloud computing, has once again been named a leader in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Hyperconverged Infrastructure.

Nutanix has been recognised in all editions of this Magic Quadrant since Gartner started it.

Nutanix chairman, founder and CEO Dheeraj Pandey says, “We continue to be recognised by Gartner as a Leader in hyperconverged infrastructure again and again, and we believe it is because of our relentless focus on pioneering innovative technology and customer success.”

"Our goal is to make IT and cloud infrastructure so simple that it fuels innovation and business growth. Nutanix provides flexibility, not only via our products and solutions, but also from the freedom to choose the best HCI consumption model for the business, including software subscription licenses that are portable across hardware platforms and cloud environments," Pandey says.

Nutanix was also designated as a March 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice vendor for hyperconverged infrastructure. Based on detailed feedback from 264 customer ratings, Nutanix has an average rating of 4.7 out of 5. Additionally, 92% of respondents identified as willing to recommend Nutanix.

According to Nutanix, enterprises continue to choose its products over competitors for its simplicity and flexibility, as well as the company’s exceptional customer service.

Specifically:

  • Simplicity: Nutanix’s products allow enterprises to deliver applications, at any scale, with one-click deployment, upgrades, scaling, troubleshooting and more.
  • Choice: Nutanix offers customers flexible licensing and consumption models, as well as the ability to choose among many hardware and virtualisation vendors.
  • Customer Focus: Nutanix has achieved an average Net Promoter Score (NPS) of 90 for the past five years and puts this down to the company’s ‘obsession’ with customer service.

This news follows significant momentum the company has experienced over the last year, including surpassing 14,000 customers globally and $1.2 billion in revenue for its latest fiscal year.

Additionally, the company announced deepened collaborations with Hewlett Packard Enterprise and ServiceNow that enable increased choice for customers seeking hybrid cloud solutions that fit their needs.

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