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OutSystems three APAC Partners of the Year

21 Jan 2019

OutSystems formally recognised seven of the company’s partners for their excellence in developing innovative solutions with the OutSystems low-code platform, out of which three companies have a presence in Asia Pacific. 

Winners were recognised for their use of low-code technology to improve the customer journey as these businesses are now agile enough to create and update apps quickly to meet customers’ evolving needs.

In a release, OutSystems says that the results this select group of innovative companies achieved in 2018 illustrates just how powerful the partner programme has become and it has never been stronger. 

It adds that the company looks forward to working with these and other partners in 2019 and beyond to provide the kinds of solutions companies need to drive their digital transformations forward.

 The OutSystems ecosystem is growing, thanks to its partners as the partners' investment in delivering outstanding applications to its customers are transforming the way the businesses are using OutSystems low-code platform. 

The Partner of the Year Awards celebrates partners' achievements and exemplifies how these companies are providing digital transformation opportunities. 

Here are the 2018 partner awards winners with a presence in Asia Pacific.

Pioneer and Rainmaker - Atos

“Receiving the Pioneer and Rainmaker awards are major achievements for Atos,” says Atos application transformation portfolio manager Kees Kranenburg.

“We have maintained a strategic partnership with OutSystems since 2016. Today, we are a fast-growing OutSystems partner, with 80 certified OutSystems developers and a mature Center of Excellence to help customers onboard the OutSystems platform.” 

Rising Star - Deloitte

“This is the result of our ongoing strategic collaboration with OutSystems,” says Deloitte OutSystems centre of excellence head Cesar Marto.

“It reflects the high-quality projects and solutions we have been implementing for our clients, enabling our sustained growth. To meet our clients’ standards we are continuously focused on the development of our professionals. This effort is materialised in this award.” 


“This award recognises KPMG’s capability to undertake the big projects that enable the next wave of disruption and innovation,” says KPMG Portugal advisory director Bruno Martins.

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