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SUSS-Workato Partnership: More Learning Opportunities in Enterprise Automation



(clockwise direction) Vijay Tella, Founder and CEO, Workato; Tan Kiat How, Minister of State for Communications and Information; Allan Teng, Founder and Managing Director, Workato Asia Pacific and Japan; Associate Professor Allan Chia Beng Hock, Dean, SUSS School of Business; Tan Yen Yen, Senior Director, Business and the Creatives, Singapore Polytechnic; and William Lim, Director Designate, School of Business and Accountancy, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, at the signing ceremony on 21 April 2022.

SUSS has recently inked an agreement with Workato on 21 April 2022 to deliver a new course titled “Data Integration for Enterprise Automation” through the SUSS Graduate Diploma in Analytics and Visualisation (GDAV) programme.

SUSS students will experience hands-on training in enterprise automation based on the curriculum developed by Workato.

Through the course, SUSS students will learn state-of-the-art data integration and workflow automation techniques to drive enterprise transformation and achieve business results, and be competent in using these techniques to build a scalable enterprise integration and automation framework for their organisations.

“At SUSS, we believe education must be continuously refreshed and updated to meet the latest trends and demands. The need to modernise business workflows and enhance enterprise operations is key to elevating organisations’ digital transformation in this digital-first age,” shared Associate Professor Allan Chia, Dean of SUSS School of Business.

“By collaborating with Workato to develop a module on ‘Data Integration for Enterprise Automation’, our students will be able to build their own automations – an imperative skill for next-generation talents as Singapore looks towards fortifying our regional and global presence as a technology hub. We also look forward to organising industry engagements in workflow automation and integration, in partnership with Workato,” A/P Chia added.

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