Partnerships

Delivery Partners Application Partners Business Partners

OpenAir provides seamless integration with several leading application vendors, providing our customers with solutions that are deployed in the shortest period of time possible:

Business Objects

Business Objects has been a pioneer in business intelligence (BI) since the dawn of the category. Today, as the world's leading BI software company, Business Objects transforms the way the world works through intelligent information.

Conformity, Inc.

Conformity, Inc. provides on-demand solutions that enable organizations to govern, manage and control the software-as-a-service (SaaS) and cloud based applications proliferating across their environments. The Conformity platform enables organizations to centrally manage their SaaS applications, users and data, reducing the security, compliance and asset risks and operational costs associated with deployment of SaaS within the enterprise. Founded in 2007, Conformity is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

ExpenseBay

ExpenseBay is a secure, easy-to use SaaS solution that downloads business expenses from a credit card and generates a weekly expense report for employees. Additionally, ExpenseBay mobile allows users to capture receipt images and attach them to an expense report. Once reviewed, users can submit the report into OpenAir for approval.

Intacct

Intacct Corporation is the developer of the Intacct E-Practice, the first private-labeled CPA accounting suite designed from the ground up for the Internet. Securely accessible from any Internet connection, the subscription-based E-Practice incorporates seamlessly integrated modules for GL, AP, AR, HR, payroll, expense reporting, and numerous other web-based business services. In addition, it includes the first professional online auditing solution, co-developed with Deloitte & Touche.

sForce Ready

salesforce.com and OpenAir provide professional services organizations deep visibility into their sales and services pipeline, allowing enhanced forecasting of services revenue and resource requirements, which leads to higher revenue and improved cash collection.