Asana, Inc., a work management platform for teams, announced the launch of Asana Partners, an ecosystem of more than 200 essential work tools and strategic channel partners across 75 countries. Asana also announced the addition of seven new languages—traditional Chinese, Dutch, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian and Swedish —making Asana accessible to more people in their native languages around the world.
“According to the Anatomy of Work Index 2021, workers switch between 10 apps 25 times per day and miss over one-quarter of all deadlines. As a result, employees are struggling to prioritize their work, logging longer hours and burning out at higher rates as they continue grappling with the challenges of distributed work,” said Chris Farinacci, Chief Operating Officer, Asana.
“As a single platform for clarity and accountability, Asana breaks down the barriers that prevent distributed teams from doing their work, their way. Asana Partners augments the power of Asana by connecting organizations with over 200 essential enterprise tools, a channel partner network and more languages than ever before, so teams can spend less time coordinating and more time creating, no matter where they’re located,” Farinacci said.
With Asana Partners, customers can integrate Asana with more than 200 Technology Partners, including communications apps like Microsoft Teams, Slack and Zoom, and business intelligence tools, such as Looker, PowerBI and Tableau, for customizable visualizations and data-backed insights into how distributed teams are tracking towards their goals.
In addition, Asana is bringing together the tools that service and marketing teams love via new partnerships with Zendesk, Adobe, Canva, InVision and LucidChart.
The launch of Asana’s Channel Partner network connects customers with leading solutions, reseller and systems integrator experts in 75 countries to eliminate information silos and help organizations coordinate their work with clarity.
Hand-selected for their capabilities in enterprise software and change management, partners including Dell and SHI offer professional and technical services to ensure success for distributed workers, from deploying Asana to setting up workflows to building custom solutions. Undergoing a rigorous certification program, partners offer training and resources covering a wide range of needs and skills, across teams and timezones.
For more information on Asana Partners, visit asana.com/partners.