Pune — Feb 8, 2021—
Addteq, a leading DevOps specialist organization, is excited to announce its partnership with monday.com. The two companies are partnering to help Indian companies ensure team productivity and collaboration in the new normal of remote working and work from home.
monday.com is a popular customizable Work Operating System (Work OS) where teams create and shape workflow apps in minutes to plan, run, and track their processes, projects, and operations. Addteq specializes in helping software delivery teams leverage the power of apt tools, technologies, and processes to facilitate smooth team collaboration and communication, break silos, ensure high productivity, and achieve faster time to market.
“More companies are adopting remote working post the COVID-19 pandemic. We are seeing an increased interest in implementing robust processes, and cutting-edge technology to create an integrated ecosystem that fosters team productivity and ensures high-quality output. Platforms like monday.com and Atlassian play a vital role in enabling transparency and ensuring smooth data flow across various departments and all levels within the organization. We are extremely excited about this partnership, and look forward to enabling more digital enterprises”, said Surinderpal Kumar, CEO of Addteq APAC.
monday.com’s Work OS creates endless possibilities for organizations to break down and rebuild any work process, so it fits a specific need — leading to enhanced efficiency through task automation, and more time to focus on important, creative work. monday.com enables transparency and fast decision-making for any person in an organization by having all of the needed knowledge for their role. While workforces increasingly turn to remote work amid the COVID-19 pandemic across the globe, monday.com has seen a surge in engagement globally.
“Our partnership with Addteq is an important step in monday.com’s growth in the Indian market,” said Eli Moyrel, Director Channel Partnerships, Asia, Monday.com. “We’re excited to bring their organization the tailored solutions needed to make an impact, solve problems faster, adapt quicker, and continually improve, especially as we continue our remote work reality.”
“With our technical expertise and experience of helping companies achieve enterprise agility, we aim to work closely with monday.com to further expand monday.com’s Work OS ecosystem. We have plans to build custom apps for users within the monday.com apps framework”, said Rajat Dhingra, APAC Business Head for Reselling Business at Addteq APAC.
Addteq enables our clients to realize optimum productivity & achieve sustainable competitive advantage by envisioning & executing technology-enabled operations strategy. Addteq partners in the client’s evolution or transformation journey in achieving Operational Delivery Excellence by leveraging frameworks and tools for Orchestration, automation, and delivery management be it Agile, traditional, or multi-speed (IT) enterprises. We offer services in Consulting, Solution Design & Implementation, Managed Services, and 24×7 Tech Support across the world.
monday.com is a customizable work OS where teams create and shape workflow apps in minutes to plan, run, and track their processes, projects, and operations. As a web-based SaaS platform, monday.com facilitates a more efficient and intuitive way to manage teams and organizations of all sizes.
The platform connects people to processes and systems, empowering teams to excel in every aspect of their work while creating an environment of transparency in business. monday.com has offices in Tel Aviv, New York, San Francisco, Miami, Sydney, and London and has raised $234.1 million to date from investors including Sapphire Ventures, Hamilton Lane, HarbourVest Partners, Ion Asset Management, Vintage Investment Partners, Stripes Group, Insight Partners, and Entrée Capital.
The platform is fully customizable to suit any business vertical and is currently used by over 100,000 paying organizations around the world, from over 180 countries.
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