Salesforce partners Tquila ANZ and Amicus Digital team up to expand offerings

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Salesforce partners Tquila ANZ and Amicus Digital team up to expand offerings
Jo Masters, Tquila ANZ

Australian Salesforce consulting partners Tquila ANZ and Amicus Digital have forged a partnership to combine their offerings and expand their client base.

Tquila provides a multi-cloud solution based on the Salesforce platform to businesses, including systems integration, mobile platforms, consulting, customer experience, enterprise architecture and business analysis.

Amicus Digital, meanwhile, is an independent specialist in Salesforce Marketing Cloud.

“Combining Amicus Digital's leadership in marketing cloud solutions with Tquila's core skill sets and depth and breadth of expertise in multi-cloud will undoubtedly make us a powerhouse in the Salesforce ecosystem,” Tquila ANZ chief executive Jo Masters said.

The deal comes as Salesforce goes live in Australia out of Amazon Web Services, a move that Tquila ANZ director Ian Carpenter said would "open the floodgates" among financial services and government customers.

Masters added that the partnership is part of Tquila’s focus on expanding its capabilities across all areas of the business.

“The sky’s the limit and, together, we’ll aspire to become the No.1 multi-cloud go-to-partner in Australia,” she added.

“Our decision to partner with Tquila combines Amicus Digital’s experience in Salesforce Marketing Cloud with Tquila’s Salesforce capabilities,” said Amicus Digital managing director Blair Cooke.

“This makes it far simpler for the customers we collaborate on to access proven expertise across all areas of the Salesforce platform and achieve value far quicker.”

Masters joined Tquila in May 2016, having previously been sales marketing vice president at Object Consulting. Tquila was highly commended at the 2017 CRN Impact Awards for a project with Tyrrells Property Inspection.

 

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