Sydney integrator Pantha Corp partners MuleSoft

Pantha to deliver its Enterprise Integration Platform for connecting apps

Sydney-based integrator, Pantha Corp, has partnered MuleSoft to deliver its Enterprise Integration Platform for connecting apps in the Cloud and on-premise.

Pantha will provide consulting and services for the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform.

Pantha chief executive, Bjorn Schliebitz, said becoming a formal MuleSoft partner was a seal of approval for the company's specialist integration engineers.

"At the same time, the partner agreement is both a natural extension of our existing working relationship with MuleSoft and recognises the successful delivery of our digital transformation projects within customer organisations where we have deployed the MuleSoft Anypoint platform,” he said.

He said it also offered the ability to implement and execute clients' digital roadmaps faster and with greater confidence.

“At the same time, MuleSoft will enable our clients to extend the life and usability of their core systems and internal assets by making them available for consumption across the organisation and to external parties," he said.

Mulesoft vice-president of global channels, Brent Hayward, said today's companies gained an advantage by automating business processes across SaaS applications, data sources and APIs.

"Through its partnership with MuleSoft, Pantha Corp is enabling its customers to achieve their business goals through integration," he said.

“We’re pleased to welcome Pantha Corp into MuleSoft’s world class partner ecosystem and look forward to working together to deliver significant business impact to our mutual customers.”

According to a company statement, Pantha Corp has already rolled out several MuleSoft implementations, including using MuleSoft Anypoint Platform to build an open services platform for a major retailer.

The platform project was created in under six months and the retailer is now actively adding services to the platform and opening these up to internal clients.

Schliebitz said, to achieve agility, enterprises needed to look at adopting a capable, flexible integration platform, combining their infrastructure assets with public Cloud services and changing they way they develop and deliver software.

"We look forward to working with MuleSoft and delivering agile, digital transformation for Australian-based businesses."