Monday.com and EDII sign partner to bring remote work solutions to Indonesia

monday.com (Monday) and PT Electronic Data Interchange Indonesia (EDII) announced a partnership to help organisations transition to remote work seamlessly. Firstly, Monday is the leading platform for customisable work operating system. Secondly, EDII is a pioneer company in developing Electronic Data Interchange Services in Indonesia. This partnership expands the platform’s footprint in Indonesia, where the company has a rapidly growing user base of 300+ customers. Through this partnership, Monday aims to power teams to run projects, processes, and everyday work with confidence.

What is monday.com?

Monday is a customisable Work Operating System (Work OS). Teams create and shape workflow apps in minutes to plan, run, and track their processes, projects, and operations. As a web-based SaaS platform, the platform facilitates a more efficient and intuitive way to manage teams and organisations of all sizes. Monday’s Work OS creates endless possibilities for organisations to break down and rebuild any work process. Hence, it fits a specific need — leading to enhanced efficiency through task automation. Thus, more time to focus on critical, creative work.

Today, remote work is a necessity that all companies must embrace. Monday is a platform that helps enable transparency. It allows fast decision-making for any person in an organisation by providing them with all of the needed knowledge for their role. The platform has seen a surge in engagement globally due to the pandemic forcing companies to adopt work from home measures. Indonesian-based companies have recognised the positive benefits of allowing remote work. Many are considering implementing a longer-term solution for their teams.

EDII sees a solution

“At EDII, each of our teams uses a different tool to monitor the progress of their respective work. Meanwhile, upper management requires a comprehensive and consolidated report from all teams,” said Budi Setiawan, SVP Business Development at EDII. “As most of our teams are working from home due to the pandemic,” he added. “We needed a solution for teams to collaborate in one system”, commented Budi.

“Monday has the existing tools. It is capable of bringing all of our data from multiple sources into one platform. The platform allows our teams to have a macro-level view. We believe that we can reach targets while our teams no longer work in silos”, he said.

Monday.com sees a partner.

“Together, EDII and Monday will further expand its Work OS ecosystem. EDII expects this collaboration to create business and organisational agility. The platform’s automation and integrations, coupled with its user-friendly interface for its mobile app, make it easy to use for teams. Thus, teams can focus on creating an impact, solving problems fast, instantly adapt and continually improve,” said Tai Elenberg, Partnership Manager, APAC, Monday. “Above all, our partnership with EDII is an important step in monday.com’s growth in the Indonesian market,” Budi concluded.

“Through this partnership, we aim to provide better, tailored solutions. This partnership is part of our effort to establish and increase the footprint we have in Southeast Asia. In conclusion, we’re excited to collaborate with EDII, our first partner in the region”, commented Tai.

For more information on the partnership, please visit the link here.

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