Singapore – Enterprise automation company Workato has announced its digital automation and integration solution offering to come onboard the Infocomm Media Development Authority’s (IMDA) Advanced Digital Solutions (ADS) scheme, under the ‘SMEs Go Digital’ programme.
Through the scheme, Workato aims to onboard over 1,500 SMEs and help them access funding, resources and opportunities to scale up their digitalisation efforts across human resources, marketing, sales, and finance.
The ADS is IMDA’s scheme aimed at supporting enterprises to pilot solutions such as advanced/integration, sustainability such as carbon management and resource optimisation and e-commerce. With Workato on ADS, they will provide SMEs with automation and integration solutions through its community of ecosystem partners.
Workato is also seeking to invite more technology partners to join its ecosystem to help SMEs derive value from their digital transformation efforts.
Allan Teng, founder and senior advisor for Workato APJ, said, “Workato’s goal has always been to empower businesses to harness the power of automation for transformative business growth. Using Workato’s low-code, no-code integration and automation platform, we look forward to collaborating with IMDA and innovative ecosystem partners in Singapore to create a vibrant ecosystem that will support SMEs in unlocking the full potential of digital.”