JT expands globally through partnership with Danish Internet of Things software firm NeoConsult

Claes Hougaard NeoConsult co-owner and Tom Noel
JTs Wholesale Division managing director

JT, a full-service Tier-1 global consumer and business enterprise provider, has partnered with Internet of Things (IoT) provider NeoConsult.

Through this partnership, JT is gaining software engineering capability, reportedly enabling the company to continue to innovate in the IoT environment. By partnering with JT, NeoConsult is said to gain a strong partner to leverage its NOMAD platform and other development capabilities. NOMAD is an IoT workflow engine that allows businesses to run a large number of fully automated processes extremely quickly.

NeoConsult co-founder and partner Rune Bundesen said: “We are very excited to partner with JT, who are one of the most innovative network operators we’ve ever worked with. We are confident that, together with JT, we can deliver new solutions in the IoT industry and enhance other operators and enterprise operations.”

JT’s Wholesale Division managing director Tom Noel added: “The Internet of Things is undoubtedly the most exciting area of growth for JT and the company is uniquely well positioned to deliver global IoT solutions through this partnership with NeoConsult. We are confident that JT can bring more complex solutions to our existing customer base with the support of NeoConsult’s software engineering expertise.

“Those expertise also complement JT’s own software and system development skills in our Jersey and Melbourne offices.”

JT continues to grow its revenues outside of the Channel Islands through acquisition and partnership. There are now over one million JT IoT SIM cards connecting devices worldwide.

JT’s ongoing strategy is to become the partner of choice for global telecoms innovation.

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