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Double glory as Capgemini and WhiteSky take out MuleSoft awards

21 Apr 17

Sydney’s WhiteSky Labs and Capgemini Australia have taken out key awards at MuleSoft’s global Partner Awards, winning two of the three Asia Pacific awards available.

Capgemini Australia scooped up the New Partner of the Year award for Asia Pacific, with WhiteSky Labs named Asia Pacific Services Delivery Partner of the Year at the awards, which capped off the Connect 2017 integration conference’s Partner Day.

Accenture took out the Top Partner of the Year award for Asia Pacific.

Brent Hayward, MuleSoft senior vice president of global channels and alliances, says the award winners ‘have gone above and beyond to provide value to 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’.

“Partners play a critical role in helping us achieve our mission to enable organisations to change and innovate faster by making it easy to connect the world’s applications, data and devices,” Hayward says.

“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.”

Deloitte was named MuleSoft’s Global Partner of the Year. The wider Capgemini organisation also took out Top Certification Partner of the Year alongside Infosys and Accenture and EMEA’s Top Partner of the Year.

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