Adaptavist and partner to expand work management and digital transformation capabilities

The new partnership will provide cloud-based tools plus expert integration services making it easier to drive efficiency, collaboration and communication across the enterprise.

Adaptavist, a leader in digital transformation, and, a work operating system (Work OS) where organisations of any size can create the tools and processes they need to manage every aspect of their work, have formed a partnership to empower more organisations to improve team management, customer engagement, and efficiency as part of their digital transformation and work management journeys.

As companies continue to embrace transformation that goes beyond developing a hybrid work environment, they are looking to make changes that help them become more competitive and achieve greater ROI, even in the face of lingering disruptions, including supply chain issues and ‘the great resignation.’ Through this partnership, Adaptavist will provide customers with a combination of tools, integration services and support, including, that not only help increase productivity, but add value across all phases of work and throughout an organisation.

The platform is a customizable Work OS that helps teams of all sizes -- across all departments including marketing, sales, finance, operations, and IT – create workflows to plan, run and track their processes, projects, and operations. This highly flexible system creates endless possibilities for organisations to break down and rebuild any work processes to fit their specific needs – leading to enhanced efficiency through task automation and more time to focus on strategic and creative work.

The solution becomes even more valuable when seamlessly integrated with an organisation’s existing IT tools and apps such as Salesforce, Jira, GitLab and Zoom. Adaptavist provides the expert consulting services to help companies navigate integrations across a variety of ecosystems (including Atlassian), leveraging Agile, Agile at Scale, ITSM, and DevOps to ensure businesses get the most from their investment. This combined strength, expertise and flexibility makes Adaptavist uniquely qualified to meet the workplace management and transition needs of almost any company – and positions them as the go-to leader in the space.

“Together with, we are focused on helping companies unify their workforce collaboration, by transforming the way they engage and interact to accomplish milestones,” said Simon Haighton-Williams, CEO of Adaptavist. “But true transformation comes from investing in a combination of people, processes and tools. By partnering with, we are able to provide the best of all three: pairing’s go-to work management system with Adaptavist’s integration and cloud services support allows us to meet the unique needs of every company.”

“We’re happy to continue to grow our partner network in North America and Europe and collaborate with Adaptavist as a strategic partner to support more companies in their digital transformation journeys,” said Ophir Penso,VP Global Channel Partnerships at “Adaptavist’s extensive experience in digital transformation coupled with their leadership in the work software space will empower a new way of work to new and existing customers worldwide. We’re constantly striving to better align with our customers’ needs and provide tailored solutions so teams can focus on making an impact, solving problems faster, instantly adapting and continuously improving.”

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