Workato partners with Mindfields to deliver next-gen automation solutions

Global technology company Workato, the leading and fastest-growing integration-led automation platform, has formed a new partnership with global intelligent automation and AI firm Mindfields.

The partnership will focus on helping ANZ-based companies optimise the cost of operations using next generation AI and automation solutions.

Founded in 2006, Mindfields specialise in emerging and disruptive technologies, including hyper automation and next-generation robotic process automation. Under the partnership, Mindfields will operate as a platinum Workato partner.

The partnership was brokered by David Ng, appointed Director Business Development ANZ at Workato in September, and tasked with growing Workato’s partner channel in the region.

“Strategic partnerships are critical to our future success and we are honoured to have Mindfields as a platinum partner,” David says. “Mindfields is a global leader in automation, with a deep sector knowledge and strong track record delivering transformative solutions in the region.

“Critically, our organisations share similar values with a focus on developing automation solutions that drive meaningful improvements for our customers, while also improving the operational efficiency of organisations.”

The Workato-Mindfields partnership will focus on sectors including mining, education, financial services and government. Mohit Sharma, Founder and Executive Chairman at Mindfields, believes the economic impact of COVID has prompted many organisations to seek out new strategies.

“Many sectors are now facing a resource crunch. They have less people to deliver essential services and processes. One solution is automation, but traditional ‘bots’ only get you so far. Therefore, Mindfields has shifted focus to Hyperautomation, which is a powerful and intelligent approach to automation,” says Mohit.

“Our partnership with Workato will further strengthen Mindfields’ Hyperautomation offerings. It will deliver deeper and more integrated automation solutions, which lower the cost of ownership, increase efficiencies, and scale up in tandem with existing enterprise systems and infrastructure,” Mohit adds.

Workato recently raised $200M USD in Series E funding – reaching a company valuation of $5.7B USD. Their platform is used by 11,000 businesses globally. In Australia, this includes Atlassian, William Buck, the Australian Medical Association and Deputy.

Workato’s existing ANZ channel partners include HCL, Deloitte, Experieco and Cloud9 Consulting. In April, Workato was named the only Customers’ Choice in Gartner “Voice of the Customer” report for enterprise iPaaS in North America. In August, the company debuted in the Forbes Cloud 100, the definitive ranking of the top 100 private cloud companies in the world.

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