Reflecting on its accomplishments in 2009, Sybase, Inc. recently announced significant partnership momentum supporting its Unwired Enterprise Vision. Entering 2010, the company says it is poised to further extend the availability of the proven mobile enterprise platform , mobile IP and mobile commerce offerings with an extensive global partnership ecosystem that includes SAP, Samsung, Siemens Enterprise Communications (SEN), Verizon and IBM.
"This year we have made major strides in advancing our mobile middleware and mobile commerce solutions, moving to a Mobile IP infrastructure, while building out our partnership ecosystem. Our proven expertise and enterprise mobility platform is unrivaled in the industry, enabling enterprises to fully embrace the current transformation of both the mobile workforce and mobile users through improved collaboration, and seamless, highly secure access to information and transaction capabilities," states Raj Nathan, senior vice president and CMO, Sybase, Inc. "In 2010, continuing to extend our partner eco-system is an important focus for Sybase in order to significantly expand our offerings and reach to enterprises around the world."
In both developed and emerging markets, these alliances empower millions of mobile information workers with secure, real time access to business-critical enterprise applications. The respective partnerships will also speed up deployment of end-to-end solutions for mBanking, mPayments and mRemittance, as well as driving new and innovative hosted/managed service offerings, including high-value 4G services. Moreover, Sybase is at the forefront of the evolution to Mobile IP with the launch of the first IPX voice service in 2009 with Telecom New Zealand International, and is set to deliver a variety of next generation services in 2010.
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