- The workflow automation market is expected to reach nearly $17 billion by 2023, up from $4.7 billion in 2017
- Wipro will integrate Camunda’s products and Enterprise Platform with its offerings, and help customers who need workflow automation
Wipro Limited, India’s leading information technology, consulting and business process services company, has partnered with German open source software company Camunda to offer workflow automation platform to its customers.
The companies announced on Thursday that Wipro has joined the Camunda Partner Program. This program will enable Wipro to integrate Camunda’s products and Enterprise Platform with its offerings, and help customers who need workflow automation, but may not have the IT resources to build it themselves.
“We are excited to partner with Camunda to offer customers a lightweight, highly flexible, open source platform for their workflow automation needs,” said Somit Kapoor, Head of Enterprise Operations Transformation, Wipro Limited.
“Offering Camunda as part of our stack will benefit our customers who are looking for a solution that offers greater flexibility and customization than alternative heavyweight platforms,” he maintained.
Headquartered in Berlin, Camunda builds software for workflow and decision automation. The company develops the popular open source Camunda platform that supports the BPMN and DMN standards.
Workflow automation market
The workflow automation market is expected to reach nearly $17 billion by 2023, up from $4.7 billion in 2017.
With digital disruption driving constant business change, staying competitive in today’s environment necessitates smart digital transformation and workflow automation. This involves employing platforms that can evolve with businesses as they grow.
As a Camunda partner, Wipro can now offer clients access to an integrated platform for software developers and business stakeholders, covering all phases of workflow automation – from process design and execution, to continuous process improvement.
Camunda’s stack includes a robust toolkit for modeling and executing business processes, coupled with powerful visual interfaces for monitoring and troubleshooting active processes and analyzing large volumes of process data.
“As digital transformation initiatives increasingly pick up speed, we’re finding more and more IT services firms need partners who can fully enable their clients’ digital transformation projects,” said Jakob Freund, CEO and Co-founder, Camunda.
He hopes that Wipro’s market leadership position will provide more businesses access to their workflow automation solutions.