Capgemini announced today that it has won four Partner of the Year Awards from MuleSoft, a provider of a leading platform for building application networks. The awards recognize Capgemini in the following categories: “Global Partner of the Year”; “Services Partner of the Year” in the APAC region; “Partner of the Year” and “Services Partner of the Year” in the EMEA region. The winners of the annual global MuleSoft Partner Awards were celebrated at MuleSoft CONNECT 2018.
To gain market advantages, many businesses are leveraging the transformational impact of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) ”API” - An Application Programming Interface (API) provides standardized, open access to an application service or a data set; it is decoupled from the actual user interface of the application to drive efficiency, automation and consistency. In an era of "customer first”, where companies are leaning toward digital accessibility and self-service, Capgemini’s integration expertise and knowledge, coupled with MuleSoft’s leading platform for building application networks, can help organizations to break down silos, adapt and transform faster.
“Every digital transformation starts and ends with the customer. Leveraging the MuleSoft platform, Capgemini is working with our clients across utilities, government and financial services to help them create value from the outside in and to drive innovation with their business model. It is a privilege to be recognized consecutively for two years as we grow our capabilities in MuleSoft and continue to drive business outcomes for our clients”, said Nicolas Aidoud, Head of Capgemini in Australia & New Zealand.
Leading organizations in the MuleSoft Partner Program provide consulting and services for MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™, a leading independent solution for API-led connectivity that creates a network of applications, data, and devices, both on-premise and in the cloud. With the Anypoint Platform, organizations can unlock new revenue channels, improve customer experiences and drive innovation.
“The results our partners achieved last year, from new account growth, to expanding skilled practitioners and enabling customers to transform their business, are outstanding,” said Brent Hayward, Senior Vice President of Global Channels and Alliances, MuleSoft. “We are fortunate to have such a strong partner ecosystem that can deliver API led transformation and help customers accomplish critical business initiatives. We want to recognize the investments they've made in their MuleSoft practice and look forward to furthering our joint success in the coming year.”
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