Solace Announces Winners of 2022 Partner Awards
Annual awards celebrate partners with demonstrated excellence in helping customers optimize their business with event-driven architecture
Solace, the leading enabler of event-driven architecture for real-time enterprises, announced the recipients of the company’s Solace Partner Awards.
The awards recognize the important role partners play in Solace’s mission to help enterprises make their business operations and customer interactions real-time through the power of event-driven architecture (EDA). According to a recent global EDA Survey, close to two-thirds of the 840 respondents (59%) agreed that finding the right strategic partner was among the top five keys to a successful EDA migration.
“Despite dealing with intense periods of supply chain outages, talent and skills shortages, and other market disruptions, our partner ecosystem have embraced these challenges as opportunities, and have played a significant role in helping deliver the power of EDA to our joint customers worldwide,” said Tim Wong, Chief Revenue Officer, Solace. “I congratulate our 2022 Partner Awards recipients and look forward to deepening these relationships further as we collaborate on enabling the real-time enterprise.”
The 2022 Solace Partner Awards comprise nine categories that recognize the tremendous achievements attained by Solace’s partner ecosystem and considers partners across all industries, countries and segments of the market.
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The full list of winners is as follows:
Together, Boomi and Solace have helped dozens of joint customers enable real-time communications between applications and devices across their enterprises by event enabling their Boomi AtomSphere integration platform as a service (iPaaS) deployments.
This year, NCS and Solace helped several joint customers build event meshes that served as the real-time data distribution foundation of a next-generation payment system and a system-wide information management (SWIM) system in the aviation space.
One of Solace’s newest partners, Sirius has quickly established themselves as a valuable partner in the region. Sirius has made PubSub+ a key element of a middleware platform they’ve built based on Gartner’s Hybrid Integration Platform. They also helped a large bank modernize their mobile trading platform and are rolling out a solution that will help customers and prospects in ASEAN and Latin America embrace open banking.
Appronto is an IT consultancy based in the Netherlands that specializes in the development of low-code solutions and cloud-based integrations. Over the past year, Appronto has guided several of their mid-enterprise clients to adopt PubSub+ and introduce them to the benefits that real-time capabilities can deliver for their business and from their Boomi investments.
Thinkport is one of Germany’s leading experts on event-driven architecture and has helped several joint customers use Solace’s products to achieve digital transformation success. Recently, they helped retail giant EDEKA implement a merchandise management system that disseminates information about 700,000 products to 6,000 stores.
Cognizant is a multi-national IT services and consulting company that has established expertise in helping companies understand how to best utilize Kafka and/or Solace to achieve their digital transformation goals.
PCCW Solutions has helped financial institutions in Hong Kong, China and across southwest Asia leverage Solace’s technology and EDA to create business value and succeed in the region’s ever-changing economic environment.
A valued Solace partner since 2017, Azwell Plus has helped many leading Korean enterprises benefit from EDA with the help of Solace’s products. This year, Azwell Plus helped joint customer KRX successfully complete their “Next Generation” project, and they continue to help Solace develop new accounts and opportunities.
NEC has helped leading Japanese enterprises implement event-driven architecture with the help of Solace’s products. They even made Solace’s products a key component of their NEC Smart Connectivity offering and have now committed to make them the cornerstone of their Data Connect solution. This year, NEC helped key joint customers NTT Group and SoftBank realize more value from their investments in Solace technology.
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