MicroPact Partners with Smart Minds to Expand into Pacific Rim
Partnership Brings Data-First™ Approach to Case Management to Growing Markets in New Zealand, Australia
HERNDON, Va and AUKLAND, NEW ZEALAND — September 30, 2013 — MicroPact, a leading provider of case management and business process management (BPM) software, has expanded its global reach through a new partnership with Smart Minds, an IT solutions provider headquartered in New Zealand.
Smart Minds has an established reputation for delivering comprehensive IT solutions to major customers in New Zealand and Australia. Smart Minds specializes in the development and implementation of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Solutions, Job Tracking Systems, Franchise Management Systems and Financial Information Systems.
As part of the partnership, Smart Minds will promote entellitrak as its exclusive case management and BPM platform in the growing markets of New Zealand and Australia and create new opportunities for both companies.
“This deal solidifies an already successful relationship between MicroPact and Smart Minds,” said Kris Collo, President, CEO and Founder of MicroPact. “The partnership builds on the overwhelming success that entellitrak’s Data-First™ approach to case management has experienced in the U.S. and globally. We look forward to playing a vital part in the growth of business here.”
Smart Minds will leverage entellitrak to strengthen existing business solutions for property and facilities management, construction and franchise management.
Smart Minds delivered its first entellitrak system earlier this year to Clean Planet, a green facility management service present throughout New Zealand. Smart Minds implemented entellitrak as a Facilities Management Solution to serve more than 200 users and 70 operations.
“We understand the importance of strategic partnerships to create innovative products and services,” said Gyan Barik, CEO and Founder of Smart Minds. “Our customers and this market demand innovation, and the entellitrak platform gives them that. The fact entellitrak is used by 97 percent of U.S. federal agencies with more than 500 employees speaks volumes to its transformational powers for enterprise customers.”
In contrast to traditional BPM approaches, entellitrak provides a continuous spectrum of case management and BPM solutions – giving organizations the flexibility to start development initiatives from a variety of points in the process. With entellitrak, a business or government agency can begin with a traditional process modeling approach or by configuring business applications immediately before adding new rules and processes.
MicroPact’s entellitrak is a Unified BPM platform that takes a Data-First™ approach to Dynamic Case Management and Business Process Management and is available with fully integrated Document Management, Natural Language Analytics, and Mobile Modules. Whether based on-premises or in the cloud, entellitrak can be implemented immediately and configured continuously, enabling customers to get to work quickly while keeping costs low. More than 200 federal agencies and organizations, as well as Fortune 500 companies entrust their critical operations to entellitrak.
About Smart Minds
Smart Minds, a full-service IT consultancy and solution provider based in New Zealand, works with customers of all sizes to improve operational efficiency, drive down costs and efficiently market business. The company uses the latest, best-of-breed technology to deliver IT consulting services, business software and cloud solutions to its clients. Smart Minds, which was founded in 2004 by Gyan Barik, works with customers in multiple industries including Healthcare and Social Assistance, Facility Management Services, Manufacturing, Construction, Finance and Insurance Services and Government. For more information, visit www.smartminds.co.nz.
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