Automation software vendor Automation Anywhere has named and praised its top performing partners in ANZ during its Digital Workforce Partner Summit this week.
There were five winners across four categories, which were announced during the vendor’s 2019 Partner Awards Ceremony.
The top prize for Partner of the Year had two winners: BTP Australia and Spectar Group.
BTP Australia managing director Ian Dunn said Automation Anywhere was his company’s exclusive partner for “delivering the digital workforce message” and had been involved in several strategic projects with the vendor.
“We look forward to the new opportunities we’re working on with the Automation Anywhere teams and to be able to continue to bring differentiation to the market through intelligent automation,” said Dunn.
Spectar Group CEO Vikas Jha said on his win: “As a local Boutique Automation Consultancy, we’re proud to demonstrate competitive differentiation across varied industry sectors and technology domains. Our exclusive partnership with Automation Anywhere allows us to evolve our business in new ways and deliver unmatchable outcomes to our mutual customers.”
Emerging Partner of the Year went to enterprise mobility consultancy Delv, which has partnered with Automation Anywhere since January. “We’re looking forward to achieving more strong results alongside Automation Anywhere in 2019,” said Delv CEO Masseh Haidary.
The Most Capable Partner Award was given to Procensol in recognition of its commitment to certification and attaining accreditation in post-sales support. Procensol head of automation Amirul Arifin said: “We’re proud to train our teams to become experts in Automation Anywhere’s products, which has helped us extend our customer reach. We’re very grateful to receive this award and look forward to our continued relationship with Automation Anywhere.”
Accenture picked up the Innovation Award in recognition of its own proprietary delivery platform MyWizard, which uses Automation Anywhere's automation capabilities.
“As a business, we are very focused on developing and deploying innovative solutions for our clients which help them to compete in the digital age and this award is acknowledgement of that work.” said Accenture’s managing director of AI and automation lead Brad Ryan.
Automation Anywhere SVP and managing director ANZ Tim Ebbeck thanked and congratulated the winners. “We truly value our relationship with our partners, and we’re delighted to be able to take this opportunity to recognise the work of the past year at our Australian and New Zealand Partner Summit 2019. We work with dozens of partners in this region, and through strong team relationships we’ve delivered great results to our mutual customers,” said Ebbeck.