A Vancouver-based provider of enterprise integration software and post-configuration support services is partnering Seattle’s Avalara, a cloud-based tax compliance automation platform.
Launchpad Technologies says that integrating its iPaaS platform with Avalara’s tax compliance solutions “will increase workflow efficiency while automating and digitally transforming their accounting functions.”
“We are delighted to partner with Avalara to make automation easier and more rewarding for its customers around the world,” said Launchpad Founder Bruce Qi.
Qi says that increasing efficiency and productivity is “a significant competitive advantage, especially with the Paasport iPaaS platform being truly scalable and managed 24/7.”
Paasport’s architecture is already purpose-built to efficiently integrate Avalara, according to Qi, and works with major software-as-a-service apps, including: Shopify, Salesforce, Amazon, QuickBooks, Sage, and Oracle.
“Both of our companies deliver a technological edge to our clients with solutions that drive business outcomes and make organizations more efficient,” says Jermaine McKinnon, senior manager of strategic alliances for Avalara.
McKinnon believes the partnership will allow Avalara “to help Launchpad clients digitally transform their accounting departments in order to spend less time on non-revenue generating activities, and more time on processes that will impact their bottom lines.”
Launchpad Technologies won “Company of the Year” in the Growth category at the 2021 Technology Impact Awards hosted by the BC Tech Association. The startup is a finalist in the Export category this year.