Numerex announces collaboration with Sentaca
Feb 19, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Numerex Corp., a provider of on demand and interactive machine-to-machine, or M2M enterprise solutions, has announced a collaboration with Sentaca, a supplier of strategic consulting services, headquartered in the UK.
This collaboration will reportedly center on Numerex FAST, i.e., Numerex's horizontal M2M application platform; vertical M2M applications and M2M integration support services; together with Sentaca's International operational support and development capabilities.
Sentaca adds a range of international capabilities such as operational, consultancy, development, and engineering support services to Numerex's existing resources located internationally. On the other hand, Sentaca will benefit from access to an M2M Service Delivery Platform (SDP) and M2M application frameworks which should facilitate and speed up the introduction of efficient solutions to its increasing customer base, declared Numerex, the company said.
"We have no doubt that our alliance with a recognized leader of the M2M market such as Numerex will accentuate our differentiation in the marketplace," said Dave Signorelli, COO of Sentaca. "Numerex solutions should rapidly and seamlessly complement Sentaca's services internationally."
This strategic agreement falls in line with the Numerex partnerships already established and consolidates the Company's position as a credible M2M solution provider with experienced partners that can firmly shore up Numerex's operational activities.
Jeff Newman, Senior vice president of Business Development at Numerex, added, "Sentaca provides a solid array of technical capabilities well suited for Numerex's development across Europe. In particular, we will be able to rely on local expertise for Numerex FAST deployments, and commercial, test and integration support for our European expansion."
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