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Capgemini top new APAC partner at MuleSoft global awards

11 May 2017

Capgemini has been named MuleSoft’s Top New Partner for APAC at the vendor’s global partner awards, held at Connect 2017.

Nicolas Aidoud, Capgemini Australia and New Zealand chief executive, says “In today’s digital era, the speed and velocity of change is fuelling a constant flow of innovation and disruption.

“We are proud to be recognised by MuleSoft for driving business outcomes for clients by unlocking data using APIs to create new platform of services to innovate faster, leading to new product and new customers.”

Brent Hayward, MuleSoft senior vice president of global channels and alliances, says partners play an integral role in helping organisations rethink their IT strategy and implement an API-led approach that gives them the ability and speed to achieve their business goals faster. “Capgemini has gone above and beyond to deliver exception results to our mutual customers,” Hayward says.

The awards also saw Accenture named Top Partner of the Year for APAC, with WhiteSky Labs winning APAC Services Delivery Partner of the Year.

Brent Hayward, MuleSoft senior vice president of global channels and alliances, says partners play a critical role in helping the vendor achieve its mission to enable organisations to change and innovate faster by making it easy to connect the world’s applications, data and devices.

“Our global partner ecosystem works with hundreds of organisations every day, enabling them to adopt a new operating model that will help them to digitally transform and accelerate the pace of business,” Hayward says.

“These partner award winners have gone above and beyond to provide value to our shared customers, whether through creating innovative solutions, building out a team of experts through training and certification or delivering solutions in an effective, repeatable way.”

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