Mountain View, CA and London, UK – June 3, 2015 – WSO2 and NETbuilder today announced a strategic partnership to deliver consultancy services through NETbuilder’s award-winning Academy model to clients across Europe and North America.
WSO2 delivers the industry’s most comprehensive 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.
NETbuilder is a leading provider of software and infrastructure services to the finance, government and commercial markets. This partnership enhances NETbuilder’s list of world leading technology partners.
The partnership was announced in conjunction with WSO2’s news at WSO2Con Europe 2015 today that the company has achieved a 155% growth in partner-driven revenue in Q1 2015 over Q1 2014. NETbuilder, a WSO2 Preferred Partner, is a Silver Sponsor of WSO2Con Europe 2015.
Under terms of the agreement, NETbuilder will supply the market with cost effective WSO2-trained consultants along with aggressively priced consultancy services to aid in solution design and delivery, supporting new and existing implementations from the ground up or working with existing mature WSO2 middleware and integration teams.
Additionally, WSO2 will provide NETbuilder with technical, sales and marketing support to promote adoption and help customers achieve the high availability, high performance, and flexibility they require for IT and business agility.
David Njogu, Enterprise Practice Manager, NETbuilder commented, “NETbuilder has had astounding success in the delivery of middleware, messaging and system integration projects. To date this has been with commercial middleware platforms. We are excited at the possibility that WSO2 presents, of multiplying and improving on this success using WSO2’s open source middleware platform to provide solutions with a lower cost of ownership for our existing clients and new ones.”
“As a WSO2 Preferred Partner, NETbuilder brings strong expertise in delivering information technology services to the finance, government and commercial sectors, combined with an attractive Academy model for providing services beyond the initial engagement,” said WSO2 Vice President of Channel Sales Lindsey Anderson. “Through our partnership, we will enable enterprises to implement state-of-the-art IT projects that combine NETbuilder’s best practices with the comprehensive capabilities and flexible, open source licensing of our WSO2 platform.”
NETbuilder is a leading provider of consulting and managed services to world leading commercial and financial institutions, as well as some of the UK's largest government departments.
NETbuilder is an end-to-end solution provider enabling digital delivery, development and managed services. NETbuilder transforms organizations, improves their performance and provides them with the resources to be at the forefront of their industry.
About NETbuilder Academy
NETbuilder has an award-winning Academy model that provides expertise across many technologies, enabling scalability and stability through a constant feed of talented local resources directly into the local market at offshore prices. The Academy delivers to NETbuilder’s clients the right resources to build a productive, stable team and provide continuity options beyond the initial delivery.
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