Telecom Italia Digital Solutions and Jasper partner to power mobile Internet of Things

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Jasper Technologies, Inc. has announced that Telecom Italia Digital Solutions has selected Jasper to power IoT services for Italian and international enterprise customers looking to benefit from the vast connected service business opportunity.

Throughout Italy, enterprises of all sizes are embedding connectivity into their products to deliver new customer benefits and generate new sources of revenue. These companies are looking to quickly capitalise on the Internet of Things (IoT) with innovative, service-centric business models that unlock value for their customers and their businesses.

Jasper-logo-v3Telecom Italia Digital Solutions will deploy the Jasper Platform to help its customers to do just that. With Jasper, Telecom Italia Digital Solutions has a turnkey solution for its customers, easily configured to meet specialized needs of companies in any industry. The cloud-based Jasper Platform is the only one purpose-built to enable companies to launch, manage and monetise IoT businesses. Telecom Italia Digital Solutions will be able to offer its customers the real-time visibility, control and other capabilities – like mobile service management, real-time support diagnostics, billing and business automation – necessary to succeed and scale their connected businesses over time.

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Luigi Zabatta

“At Telecom Italia Digital Solutions we’re seeing huge thirst among the enterprise community to join the Internet of Things movement and to scale their deployments at will,” said Luigi Zabatta, executive director M2M & IoT Services at Telecom Italia Digital Solutions. “Jasper offers the expertise, capabilities, decade-long experience and established global enterprise relationships necessary to help us and our customers achieve scalability and speed to leadership in the business of digital transformation.”

 

“Connectivity is an asset that can be leveraged in so many ways by so many types of business, and Telecom Italia Digital Solutions wants to lead the way in offering customers all they need to enable new benefits, increase customer value and generate new sources of revenue,” said Ken Laversin, global vice president, sales at Jasper.

 

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Ken Laversin

“More than 1,500 enterprises around the world are building successful IoT businesses on the Jasper platform. Together with Telecom Italia Digital Solutions we’re bringing a highly compelling offer to the market.”

Telecom Italia Digital Solutions joins an ever-expanding list of global Jasper operator partners including AT&T, NTT DOCOMO, Telefónica, América Móvil, VimpelCom, KPN, SingTel, Telenor, Etisalat, Telstra, Rogers, CSL and more.

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