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IntegrationWorks Announces Partnership with Axway across Australia and New Zealand

IntegrationWorks Announces Partnership with Axway across Australia + New Zealand

Australian and New Zealand based IntegrationWorks today announced a new partnership with hybrid integration platform, Axway. Customers across both countries will benefit from seamlessly connected systems, apps and devices in a hybrid integration model delivered by the specialist IntegrationWorks team.

 

Why You Need an Integration Strategy

To Succeed in the Digital Era, You Need an Integration Strategy

Now, more so than ever, is the increased need to build a strategic integration function across systems, data and application layers as well as control integration governance and value hierarchies.  To fuel rapid development whilst mitigating the risks of runaway technical debt.

New Zealand headquartered technology services company, IntegrationWorks, was announced regional winner for Fastest Growing Technology Business of the Deloitte Fast 50 last week.

IntegrationWorks Announced Regional Technology Winner of Deloitte Fast 50, 2018

New Zealand headquartered technology services company, IntegrationWorks, was announced regional winner for Fastest Growing Technology Business of the Deloitte Fast 50 last week.

Living in the world of Cloud

When a SaaS tool gets updated, users can quickly adapt to any new handy features rolled out in the latest version.

Higher education digital transformation, microservices and other complex integration deployments shown at Gartner AADI

IntegrationWorks are set to showcase integration, microservices and connected technology advancements across health, education, finance/banking, supply chain and more at Gartner AADI, Sydney 23-24 July 2018.

Apache Kafka Data

Making the most of your data with Apache Kafka

Humans have been storing information since the beginning of time, with governments, libraries, hospitals and many other organisations developing complex databases. Fast forward to current day and computerised database systems have taken over, allowing us to store more data than we know what to do with. With these databases continuously growing, there comes a need to analyse, monitor and store this data more appropriately.