Epidata, a leading innovation outsourcing company, signs a strategic partnership with Asana —the top work management platform designed to help teams organize and track their work.
Epidata and Asana
This is aligned with Epidata’s growth strategy, always focused on building new links to provide disruptive solutions that add value to its customers and differentiate it in the market.
Asana specializes in project management, allowing the customer to maintain focus, meet deadlines and achieve each project’s objectives. As a cutting-edge tool, it enriches Epidata’s proposal of innovating within the trends of the future of work and the modern workplace.
As Epidata‘s CEO, Adrián Anacleto, claims: “We are working in several countries around the world and we have great experience in developing innovative projects with corporate clients. For these reasons, Asana sees in us a strategic partner in LATAM and the United States to jointly drive innovation in virtual workspaces”.
In line with Asana’s strategic vision, it is interesting to quote Wayne Kurtzman, IDC Research Director for Social and Collaboration, who commented: “The growth of the Asana Partners ecosystem plus its new security announcements demonstrate a global willingness to help enterprises achieve their goals through collaboration” (Asana Partners Expands Enterprise IT Ecosystem, 2022). As such, Epidata and Asana’s joint mission will be to provide enterprises with front-line solutions that enable them to adapt to the challenges of security, scalability and technological transformation of work in the era of digitization and the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Global privately-owned company specialized in innovation outsourcing, dedicated to providing software development and design services, application modernization, IoT, machine learning, automation and Big Data, among others. Its solutions transform businesses, optimizing operations and creating better digital experiences for customers and employees.
Epidata has alliances with leading innovation and knowledge companies such as Microsoft, GitLab, Mulesoft, Salesforce, Oracle, MariaDB, Red Hat, HelpSystems and FCEyN – UBA (University of Buenos Aires).
Epidata operates in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Uruguay and the United States (San Francisco, California), where it has a track record of successful support to multinational corporations such as Stanford Research Institute International, JP Morgan, Tenaris, Turner, Telecom, HSBC, Monsanto, Walmart, Asana, among others.