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SLA Mobile becomes TM Forum Member

8 May 2014
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SLA Mobile, a mobile solutions provider working with the world’s leading mobile operators to monetise their network and data assets by connecting them to businesses, has announced today that it has become a member of the TM Forum.  The TM Forum is a global, non-profit industry association helping large enterprises, service providers and suppliers transform business processes, operations and systems in order to succeed in the digital economy.

SLA Mobile sees this step as a great opportunity to engage with specialist industry leaders from the telecom space. The association will act as a catalyst to share experiences, exchange information and learn about new technologies and innovations in the industry.

“We are delighted to have been accepted as a member of the TM Forum.  SLA Mobile has seen considerable growth in the API space in last few years and the TM Forum aligns with our current thinking and predictions for the future of the telecoms industry.”

Said Nic Stirk, CEO at SLA Mobile.

SLA Mobile will continue to deliver innovative mobile solutions for operators and merchants alike, and the TM Forum is another step along the road to further understanding the industry and the possibilities that lay ahead which will improve and add significant added value to their service offerings.


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