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Virtusa partners with WSO2
Leading digital transformation technology provider, WSO2 (www.wso2.com) announces that Virtusa is now a WSO2 Global Systems Integrator (GSI). The partnership will see Virtusa deliver digital transformation solutions based on WSO2's platforms to Virtusa's diverse global customer base and brings together a range of proven data transformation solutions, including open banking, and dedicated professionals from each company with experience in delivering multiple transformation initiatives through a combination of industry consulting, engineering capabilities, and deep domain expertise.
“We are confident that our collaboration with WSO2 will help deliver significant differentiated value and innovative strategies to our clients globally,” says Naresha Supramaniam, Senior Vice President and Head of APAC, Virtusa Corporation. “WSO2’s API management and CIAM technology has been adopted by banks, telcos, and other large enterprises worldwide. Our partnership with WSO2 will uniquely position us to deliver holistic, end-to-end, client-centric solutions. Working together, Virtusa and WSO2 will continue to enhance services offerings, leverage our expertise, and customize solutions that fit our customers' changing business and technology landscapes to accelerate adoption.”
“We are excited to have Virtusa become a WSO2 Global Systems Integrator. As a widely recognized and trusted global service provider, Virtusa will play a strategic role in providing solutions based on our technology that enable enterprises across a range of industries to deliver secure applications optimized for today’s digital business models,” says Devaka Randeniya, Chief Revenue Officer, WSO2. “Together, Virtusa’s expertise and our next-generation cloud native platforms will empower organizations worldwide to accelerate their digital transformation.”
Thousands of organizations worldwide rely on WSO2’s open-source, cloud native solutions for API management, integration, and customer identity and access management (CIAM) to drive their digital transformation ¬– executing more than 18 trillion transactions each year.