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Yenlo and WSO2 Expand Their Partnership to Form a Strategic Alliance

Yenlo and WSO2 today announced that they have deepened their partnership to form a strategic alliance. Through the alliance, Yenlo and WSO2 will expand the companies’ winning combination of technology and services to more customers worldwide.

WSO2 delivers the only complete, 100% open source enterprise middleware platform that runs both on servers and in the cloud. Yenlo brings more than 15 years of expertise in service-oriented solutions for enterprise applications, middleware and database platforms for traditional servers, private clouds, and public clouds. The strategic alliance builds on the partnership that Yenlo and WSO2 first established in 2012, which gives the growing base of worldwide customers using WSO2’s award-winning middleware the ability to take advantage of best-in-class IT solutions and services from Yenlo.

Joint offerings

As part of the strategic alliance, WSO2 and Yenlo will deliver new joint solutions, training programs, and consulting. Some of the initial offerings are:

  • WSO2 workshop tour across major cities in Europe and USA.
  • Worldwide WSO2 implementation and product support.
  • Worldwide 24/7 managed services for WSO2 environments.
  • Digilink (ebMS) adaptor for secure, reliable messaging between governments and software-as-a-service (SaaS) and appliances.
  • HL7v3 adapter for WSO2 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) for the healthcare market.
  • Yenlo DAY-SAAS solution deployed on WSO2 Private PaaS (formerly WSO2 Stratos).
  • Collaboration on the Apache Stratos project (incubating) for middleware platform-as-a-service.

Additionally, Yenlo will expand its use of the WSO2 platform to develop and implement applications. Today, the WSO2 platform includes more than 20 products and technology solutions for building and integrating applications on-premises, in the cloud, and across mobile devices. More detail on the strategic alliance can be found at http://wso2.com/partners/yenlo.

“Yenlo's excellence in implementing WSO2 projects for customers has contributed to the growing adoption of WSO2’s platform,” said Jonathan Marsh, WSO2 vice president of business development. “Our strategic alliance with Yenlo builds on this success by bringing Yenlo’s services to more of our global customers and fostering the development of innovative new solutions to meet the demands of enterprises around the world.”

Customers can focus on their business

“We see the alliance develop towards a ‘no concerns about ICT’ attitude to our customers,” said Nevlynn Janssen, Yenlo vice president of global marketing, partnerships and alliances. “We can help our mutual customers by designing, developing, implementing, supporting and maintaining their complete infrastructure so they can fully focus on their core business.”

Marsh added, “The strategic alliance with Yenlo provides customers with the assurance they are doing business with a fully certified and knowledgeable partner that always has direct access to our company and developers.”

The advantages of a Yenlo-WSO2 implementation are examined in a new case study about mutual customer The Epilepsy Institutes of the Netherlands Foundation (Stichting Epilepsie Instellingen Nederland, or SEIN). It can be downloaded at http://wso2.com/casestudies/epilepsy-center-improves-sharing-of-patient-data-with-wso2-carbon.

New offices, new markets

In January 2014, Yenlo will open offices in Brussels, Cologne, London and San Francisco. Through the strategic alliance, WSO2 customers in the United States and more countries throughout Europe will now have access to solutions and consulting provided by the Yenlo Managed Services team.

”We see a growing demand for our services and for WSO2 technology solutions as factors fueling our rapid global expansion,” Janssen explains. “Organizations want to integrate their information systems to gain the agility they need to react as fast as possible to ever-changing market demands. In this way our customers can use their ICT as a unique selling proposition and provide their customers with the ability to easily and quickly deliver new services.”

About WSO2

WSO2 is the only company that provides a completely integrated enterprise application platform for enabling a business to build and connect APIs, applications, Web services, iPaaS, PaaS, software as a service and legacy connections without having to write code; using big data and mobile; and fostering reuse through a social enterprise store. Only with WSO2 can enterprises use a family of governed secure solutions built on the same code base to extend their ecosystems across the cloud and on mobile devices to employees, customers and partners in anyway they like. Hundreds of leading enterprise customers across every sector—health, financial, retail, logistics, manufacturing, travel, technology, telecom and more—in every region of the world rely on WSO2’s award-winning, 100% open source platform for their mission-critical applications. To learn more, visit http://wso2.com, or check out the WSO2 community on the WSO2 Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

About Yenlo

Yenlo is an ICT services provider with focus on middleware for process integration and business process management. Yenlo takes concerns about ICT away. Therefore Yenlo is specialized in enterprise architecture, software development and 24/7 managed services. Yenlo is the developer of the ebMS adapter for the WSO2 enterprise service bus that handles millions of transactions between government agencies in an extreme fast, reliable and secure way. Yenlo uses Design & Engineering Methodology for Organizations (DEMO), which is an enterprise modeling methodology for transaction modeling, analyzing and representing business processes. Yenlo has partnerships with SUSE, Oracle and WSO2. More information: http://www.yenlo.com or communities on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

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