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Feb 10, 2021
ETI and Yenlo Partner to Simplify Digital Transformation Posted on Home » ETI and Yenlo Partner to Simplify Digital Transformation ATLANTA, GA – February 9, 2021: ETI Software , a global leader in service lifecycle management solutions and services announced a partnership with global integration specialist Yenlo to provide an out of the box solution for companies to enable and accelerate their digital roadmap. ETI’s and Yenlo’s joint solution is a fully managed and secure solution to help telecommunication providers simplify cloud-native environments needed to accelerate their digital transformation journey. “In the wake of the pandemic, an organization’s ability to adapt quickly to supply chain disruptions, time to market pressures, and rapidly changing customer expectations has become critical,” said Jeff Fraleigh, President of ETI Software Solutions. “ETI and Yenlo’s solution radically simplifies the deployment and management of cloud-native toolsets and systems needed by our clients to address these challenges.” Ruben van der Zwan, CEO & Founder Yenlo stated, “To compete nowadays companies of all sizes consume and provide digital services. Product & service development has become a digital driven process that involves connecting different systems, applications, cloud together, and it also requires development of micro-services, and APIs. The challenge is that this requires the type of IT skills that most companies do not have or cannot afford.” “Companies need a platform for Managed DevOps, and API based integrations, to enable their services digitally and easily tie systems and data sources together. This is exactly what ETI and Yenlo are providing to companies with the push of a button”, said Erik Assink, Managing Director at Yenlo North America. “The platform can truly enable companies to be industry disruptors because it allows them to quickly roll out new (digital) services. Companies have the freedom to deploy on-premise, on any cloud. And better yet, as a managed service, so that companies can focus better on their core business,” Assink said.