Cloud connectivity firm, MuleSoft, is riding a wave of growth in the Australian market and has notched up triple digit growth in past year.
The company has also picked up a range of A/NZ channel partners which include Adaptive, RXP, QR Solutions, Pantha Corp, Intelligent Pathways, Sqwarepeg and Cloud Sherpas.
Along with channel partners, the firm has won some major A/NZ clients including, News Corp, Dick Smith, Bardot, Comvita, Ezibuy (part of the Woolworths Group), The Wine Quarter, Myer, AIR New Zealand, Audi, Michael HIll jewellers, Suncorp, Zurich, Connective Brokers, Swinburne University and Deakin University.
MuleSoft president and chief executive, Greg Schott, told ARN, the company had grown dramatically on the back of solving a $527 billion integration problem.
"If you look at integration it is the biggest unsolved problem in IT," he said.
"$527 billion is spent by companies connecting their systems together.
He said businesses had gone from having no SaaS apps 15 years ago to having over 2000 SaaS apps in the market.
"In 2005 there were 100 APIs, now there's 10,000.
"The connectivity challenge is exploding and we are really riding the wave of that."
MuleSoft APAC vice-president, Will Bosma, said the company now had more than 400 staff and continued to grow very strongly to support market demand.
"There's now an architect community around MuleSoft as a platform, which numbers more than 210,000," he said.
"There's an incredible groundswell around the platform and capability. We are growing certainly growing at three digits."
He said the company was continuing to build out the channel in A/NZ, with a likely office opening in NZ some time next year.
"We are seeing some additional capability to make it easier for .NET developers to work with the platform make it more intuitive for them to work with and this has improved our connection into the Microsoft platform," he said.
"So we are seeing a lot of traction there and Adaptive are the first example of a channel partner that has come over."
He said more focus would placed on the public sector in the months to come.
"Watch this space on the public sector," he said.
"After the commissions of audit we are starting to see a lot of activity particularly at state government level in Queensland as well as NSW.
"It is early days for APIs but there is an extraordinary amount of interest out there."