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MuleSoft Expands Channel Program with Datacom

MuleSoft Expands Channel Program with Datacom

New Strategic Partner to Deliver Application Integration Platform and Services

Auckland, 2 February 2015 – MuleSoft, the company that makes it easy to connect applications, data and devices, today announced that locally owned IT service provider Datacom has joined the MuleSoft Partner Program to provide consulting and services for MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform.™

Anypoint Platform offers the only unified integration platform for SaaS, SOA and APIs. Businesses can easily and quickly connect what they want and when they want, whether on-premises or in the cloud. It eliminates the pain and cost of point-to-point integration, unifying business processes across applications, data sources and APIs.

As a key strategic partner in the MuleSoft channel program, Datacom will ensure clients across Asia Pacific can address on-premises, cloud and hybrid integration use cases that scale easily and with maximum flexibility.

Datacom has strong integration expertise in delivering practical solutions across a wide variety of platforms. When coupled with technology leadership from MuleSoft, this will give clients the support and tools they need to effectively bring together the explosion of endpoints and data that exist today.

“Enterprise organisations of scale generally have deeply complex application landscapes. Our partnership with MuleSoft will make integrating applications faster and easier for businesses,” says Datacom Director of Software and Integration Vernon Kay. “At Datacom we’re committed to fast adapting the newest technologies for our customers’ lasting benefit.”

“Today’s winning companies gain competitive advantage by automating business processes across SaaS applications, data sources and APIs. Through its partnership with MuleSoft, Datacom is enabling customers to achieve their business goals through integration,” said Brent Hayward, vice president of global channels and services at MuleSoft. “We’re pleased to welcome Datacom into MuleSoft’s world-class partner ecosystem and we look forward to working together to deliver significant business impact to our mutual customers.”

About Datacom
With 3775 people, and revenues of NZ$881 million Datacom is one of Australasia’s largest professional IT services companies. Datacom has extensive expertise in the operation of data centres, the provision of IT services, software engineering and application management, payroll and customer service design and operations. Founded in 1965 and operating across Australia and New Zealand -Malaysia and the Philippines, Datacom has a successful 50 year trading history of consistent growth, profitability and a track record of delivering innovative, value-for-money technology-based solutions, with many clients in relationships spanning decades.

For more information about Datacom please visit: www.datacom.co.nz

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