• With the help of SnapLogic, Pact Group was able to implement an integration solution to handle data flow between platforms with ease.
    With the help of SnapLogic, Pact Group was able to implement an integration solution to handle data flow between platforms with ease.
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Melbourne-based sustainable packaging leader Pact Group is leveraging SnapLogic’s out-of-the-box no-code platform to help it accelerate and scale automated data workflows.

A leader in intelligent integration and enterprise automation, SnapLogic’s no-code plastform will deliver for Pact Group "the power of self-service integration and automation throughout the entire organisation seamlessly". 

Prior to this partnership, Pact Group was hesitant about adding ‘middleware’ to its systems, however, with the help of SnapLogic, the company was able to implement an integration solution to handle data flow between platforms with ease, and made data management faster and more scalable than ever before.

Since implementing SnapLogic’s ‘straight-out-of-the-box’ solution, Pact Group has bolstered operational efficiencies, saving both time and money. The solution has proven to be such a success for it that it is now looking in other areas of the business to implement this in. 

“With SnapLogic, we bought not only the product, but the vision too,” said Marco Cedriano, general manager of applications at Pact Group.

“SnapLogic is constantly innovating, continuing to invest in its product. So, every few months, we’re seeing exciting new innovations. 

“With that, we see SnapLogic opening a lot of opportunities for us, both now and in the future.” 

The new client win forms part of an exciting journey of growth in the APAC region for SnapLogic, which concurrently welcomes strategic new hire Uma Dubey, head of channels and alliances, APAC, to the team.

“SnapLogic is committed to customer-centric innovation. We strive to continually update and improve our powerful, enterprise-grade platform in a way that’s non-disruptive to customers,” said James Campbell, regional manager, ANZ at SnapLogic. 

“We’re delighted about this partnership with Pact Group, and how SnapLogic’s low-code simplicity and breadth of capability are helping them accelerate innovation, becoming increasingly agile, scalable and future-ready. 

“We look forward to continuing our journey to help businesses across the APAC region unlock greater efficiencies and transform – all through the power of data.“

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