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IntegrationWorks wins second global tech award in two years

IntegrationWorks wins second global tech award in two years

New Zealand founded global integration services provider IntegrationWorks has been awarded with their second global award in just two years. IntegrationWorks took home the ‘Worldwide IBM Cloud Rising Star’ Business Unit Excellence Award at IBM’s Partnerworld conference in Las Vegas on Wednesday 21st March, following a recent successful expansion into the Australian and United Kingdom markets.

Following their expansion, IntegrationWorks have experienced a significant growth in the number of enterprise clients undergoing major digital transformation projects worldwide, resulting in IntegrationWorks increasing their team of integration experts in all three regions.

This rise in demand has allowed IntegrationWorks to work on a wide range of transformational projects, and has ultimately lead to their second global award in just two years.

“This award really justifies our decision to deliver outstanding solutions to our clients, not just bodies. We have developed several world-leading methods and frameworks that enable connected technology to be a fundamental enabler for high-performing business, and our growth proves this.” IntegrationWorks’ Business Development Manager and Founder Grant McKeen comments.

Grant McKeen attended the IBM Partnerworld event in Las Vegas last week to accept the award, along with Australian and United Kingdom Managing Directors Ian Richards and Bret Duffield.

‘With the recent market shift to cross-functional teams, clients are realising that working with a specialist integration partner allows them to deliver integration activities in a more cost effective manner. This allows them to have integration experts and intellectual property used on their projects for all activities at all times, as opposed to a single resource model working on tasks they may be unfamiliar with.’ he explains.

While growing the Australian and United Kingdom technical teams, these geographies have also had access to more than 13 years of integration expertise and experience in the fast-paced New Zealand market. This has allowed for a faster and more effective delivery on specific middleware technology including IBM, Apigee, Dell Mulesoft, Dell Boomi and WSO2.

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