WSO2, SLA Mobile partner to provide digital services to mobile operators

WSO2 and SLA Mobile today announced a strategic partnership to deliver digital services leveraging WSO2 open source middleware to mobile operators in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.

WSO2 delivers an open source platform for building, integrating, managing, securing and analyzing companies’ APIs, applications, and Web services — on-premises, in the cloud, on mobile devices, and across the Internet of Things. 

SLA Mobile provides mobile operators and merchants with managed digital service solutions, allowing them to engage with their customers and create new revenue streams, the release said. 

The partnership was announced in conjunction with the news that WSO2 has achieved a 155 percent growth in partner-driven revenue in Q1 2015 over Q1 2014, and increased its number of partners by 140 percent in the same period. 

Under terms of the agreement, SLA Mobile will use WSO2 open source middleware to provide mobile operators with digital service solutions. Additionally, WSO2 will provide SLA Mobile with technical, sales and marketing support to promote adoption and help customers achieve the availability, performance, and flexibility they require.

"SLA Mobile’s alliance with WSO2 further extends our leadership in the mobile industry with regards to digital service solutions," said SLA Mobile Head of Sales and Marketing Amelia Power. "It enables us to provide innovative mobile solutions leveraging the capabilities of WSO2 open source middleware."

"Our partnership with SLA Mobile is a win-win situation for our mobile industry customers," said WSO2 Vice President of Channel Sales Lindsey Anderson. "SLA Mobile ... provides a strong complement to our comprehensive WSO2 platform. Together, we are empowering these businesses with the modern, flexible and secure solutions they require."

Topics: Carriers / Operators, In-application Billing, In-App Payments, Mobile Apps, Mobile/Digital Wallet, Mobile Payments, Online Purchasing

Companies: SLA Digital

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