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MuleSoft announces Partner Award winners

MuleSoft has announced the winners of the MuleSoft Partner Awards. 

The annual awards recognise the top partners for delivering joint customer success at scale.

The winners were announced at MuleSoft CONNECT 2018, where CIOs, IT leaders and developers come together to exchange ideas and pragmatic insights to drive business transformation.

The MuleSoft Partner Awards recognise the top partners across the Americas, Asia Pacific and EMEA. 

Partners are honoured for rapidly scaling their team of experts through training and certification programs, showcasing a high level of customer excellence and driving business outcomes for customers. 

The 2018 award winners were announced at MuleSoft CONNECT and included:

  • Global Partner of the Year: Capgemini
  • Top Partner of the Year (Americas): Cognizant
  • Top Partner of the Year  (EMEA): Capgemini
  • Top Partner of the Year (APAC): Deloitte
  • Services Delivery Partner of the Year (Americas): Deloitte
  • Services Delivery Partner of the Year (EMEA): Capgemini
  • Services Delivery Partner of the Year (APAC): Capgemini
  • Customer Success Partner of the Year (Americas): Sierra-Cedar, Cognizant
  • Customer Success Partner of the Year (EMEA): WHISHWORKS
  • Customer Success Partner of the Year (APAC): Deloitte
  • Solution Partner of the Year (Americas): Avio Consulting
  • Solution Partner of the Year (APAC): WhiteSky Labs
  • Growth Partner of the Year (Americas): Accenture
  • Growth Partner of the Year (EMEA): WHISHWORKS
  • Growth Partner of the Year (APAC): Datacom

MuleSoft SVP Brent Hayward says, “What our partners have achieved this past year is outstanding, this year’s winners showcase the richness of our ecosystem across the globe, we have seen tremendous growth in our partners’ level of expertise with the increase in certifications and this directly translates into stronger business outcomes for our customers.

“These award winners have demonstrated proficiency in delivering Anypoint Platform and building application networks, we thank them for the value they have delivered to our joint customers and are excited to celebrate their success.”

Organisations in the MuleSoft Partner Program provide consulting and services for MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform, a leading independent solution for API-led connectivity that creates an application network of apps, data, and devices, both on-premises and in the cloud. 

With Anypoint Platform, organisations can unlock new revenue channels, improve customer experiences and drive innovation. 

MuleSoft’s global partner ecosystem serves organisations across industries including financial services, healthcare, retail and government sector.

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