Mitra Innovation Becomes First UK-Based Company To Secure WSO2 Premier Certified Partner StatusDecember 14, 2018
Mitra Innovation, a global technology company that specialises in digital transformation, cloud enablement and software development, is the first UK-based company to be named a WSO2 Premier Certified Partner.
WSO2 is the world’s leading open source integration vendor, helping digitally driven organisations become ‘integration agile’. Hundreds of leading brands and thousands of global projects execute 6 trillion transactions annually using WSO2 integration technologies.
The WSO2 Partner Program is focused on establishing relationships that define a clear business value for customers, ensure sound architecture design and the optimal performance of products, and address each customer’s critical success factors. Since launching the programme five years ago, 150 partners have been sourced, but only a select group have secured Premier status. These highly specialist organisations possess project engineering expertise and offer the full suite of WSO2 services.
Ashok Suppiah, CEO of Mitra Innovation, said: “Having built a highly skilled team of specialist consultants, we are delighted to join this elite group of WSO2 Premier Certified Partners. Over the last three years, Mitra has successfully delivered projects across Africa, Europe and Asia. Our Premier Partner status offers an exciting opportunity to improve our standing in the community and expand the business into new markets. We are proud to be a key supplier, and we are looking forward to embedding and extending the capabilities of WSO2 open source into new products, hosted cloud offerings and integration delivery.”
WSO2 COO Shevan Goonetilleke said: “As we see growing demand around the world for the open source WSO2 Integration Agile Platform, our partners are playing a critical role in ensuring our customers’ success. Not only do partners, such as Mitra Innovation, bring valuable implementation expertise, they also offer critical insights into local business environments, and financial and governmental requirements that enterprises need to address.”