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Kiwi consultancy scores top award at Axway partner awards

15 Apr 2016

Kiwi consultancy Middleware New Zealand has taken out a top APAC partner award for API management vendor Axway.

Middleware, which has offices in Auckland and Wellington, clinched the Best APAC Partner Contribution award at Axway’s inaugural Asia Pacific Partner Summit.

Colman McCaffery, Axway Australia and New Zealand country manager, says demand for digital business solutions has been accelerating Axway’s growth across the region, with partners delivering the value add and integration expertise in some of the region’s largest and most successful transformation initiatives.

David Mabon, Middleware New Zealand managing director, says the market continues to look for new technologies, such as Axway, that can create ‘exceptional digital experience for their customers’.

“Axway’s commitment to partners enables us to deliver successful implementations spanning multiple industries from local government to utilities and aviation,” Mabon says.

The awards recognise the ‘invaluable’ contribution partners make toward the success of digital transformation projects in Asia Pacific, enabling enterprises in optimising compliance, innovation, time to market and competitive differentiation.

“The calibre of the winning partners is also testament to the increasing role of importance and value-add that our partner ecosystem brings to Axway,” the company says.

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