By Emma Okonji
iSON Technologies and OutSystems have announced a strategic partnership focused on helping organisations in African and Middle Eastern(AME) regions achieve digital transformation faster. iSON Technologies, the leading IT player catering to the African and Middle Eastern markets will use the OutSystems low-code platform to accelerate digital transformation initiatives in the regions.
OutSystems combines the power of low-code development with advanced mobile capabilities, enabling visual development of entire application portfolios that easily integrate with existing systems. The partnership is aimed at empowering enterprises to quickly create and deliver effective, innovative and compelling enterprise-grade applications.
iSON Technologies is focused on transforming large organisations. With OutSystems, it now has an in-house development solution for replacing existing legacy systems and developing additional functionality with a short time to market. The joint solution will enable organisations in telecoms, BFSI, Real-Estate, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing, Retail and other sectors to rapidly capitalise on market opportunities.
Speaking about the partnership, Chief Growth Officer, OutSystems, Mr. Akshay Grover, said: â€œOutSystems is one of the most advanced low-code platform and it is consistently rated a leader by the analyst community. The partnership is a win â€“ win with the sectorsâ€™ desire to come up to speed to cater to its customerâ€™s needs. As we focus on digital transformation for organisations in the AME regions, this partnership will empower us to deliver enterprise mobility solutions fast.â€
Commenting on the partnership, Vice President of Global Channels and Alliances, OutSystems, Bob Wilson, said, “We are pleased to deliver these solutions in partnership with iSON, who has been at the forefront of digital transformation across Africa and the Middle East. With iSON on board, we gain a genuine partner with market-specific knowledge, allowing us to contribute to the innovative digital capacities of companies in these markets.â€