May 19, 2020, 09:36 EST
May 19, 2020, 09:36 /Comserve / -- The leading provider of Microsoft Office® 365 Process Automation tools, FlowForma®, announced a partnership with Microtech DPS for delivering the Process Automation tool of FlowForma to organizations in Australia.
Dublin, 18th May 2020: The leading provider of Microsoft Office® 365 Process Automation tools, FlowForma®, announced a partnership with Microtech DPS for delivering the Process Automation tool of FlowForma to organizations in Australia and the greater APAC region.
Microtech DPS, which is a partner of Microsoft, provides a range of IT solutions and services to its clients which assist and enhance the day-to-day activities of their businesses. With the need of the organization to expand their product offering portfolio with the addition of the process automation solution, the company came across FlowForma’s product automation capabilities.
The Product Automation tool of FlowForma offers a 3-in-1 tool that combines forms, workflow and document generation, that follows a no-code methodology as well as rapid prototyping capabilities. Observing the capabilities of the tool, MicrotechDPS were confident that they had found the right process automation tool for its clients.
MicrotechDPS has a long history of delivering successful process automation projects. As such, it wanted to be able to help organizations by enhancing its skills in this area, which would leverage and build on top of any existing platform of Microsoft Office 365 which the clients may have. The Process Automation tool of FlowForma was the perfect solution for all those clients who already had or were considering moving to SharePoint Online.
The new partnership between FlowForma and MicrotechDPS is aimed at the commitment of FlowForma to empower its global customer base, especially in Australia and surrounding countries of APAC region.
The General Manager of Microtech DPS, Joel Steers, stated that his company was thrilled to work alongside FlowForma for providing their client across Australia and the APAC region with powerful process automation tools that help automate business processes. He also stated that from his company’s initial conversation, they could clearly view the similarities in their customer bases and the industries which they used to serve.
Further, the CEO of FlowForma, Olivia Bushe, stated that the partnership announcement between both the companies gave her great pleasure and that she was truly excited for the potential opportunities that this partnership had to offer, especially for the digitization processes of industries such as construction, healthcare, finance and other public organizations in the APAC region.
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