Gravitee.io has launched its first partner programme that will be led by Roger Coles, VP Channels and Alliances at Gravitee.
Coles said: “The opportunity for partners with Gravitee is enormous. In the past, many organisations have embedded the Gravitee Open Source edition. There is now a large ecosystem of these existing clients that are maturing. With Open Source and Enterprise Editions of the market leading API Management and Access Management modules, alongside Alert Engine, Business Friendly API Designer, and Cockpit, partners have access to a game-changing platform that can be either deployed on-premise, or consumed via the Cloud – complete flexibility for the modern enterprise”.
Gravitee has expanded the Gravitee Partner Community to now include AppyThings (based in the Netherlands), APIZR, (France), Fit Ideas, (Colombia), Miriade, (Italy), Finnova (Switzerland), Bloom (India), IWConnect (US and Macedonia) and Syssoft (Russia).
Tom Hendrix, Sales/Alliances Director at AppyThings added: “Gravitee’s focus on developer experience translates into capabilities that give developers and citizen integrators unprecedented control and transparency over their API ecosystem. With API connectivity at the heart of any modern IT landscape, we believe this is a future-proof approach to IT integration and development.”
Oscar Lopez, Co-Founder at Fit Ideas added:”Since the earliest versions, Gravitee has been the API Management Solution with our clients. Its robustness, scalability, and ease of implementation make Gravitee one of the best platforms for API Management in the business. We are beyond excited and proud to become a Gravitee Partner in Latin America, and we are sure this partnership will bring new opportunities to our customers to leverage their API platforms and help them to better adapt to the ever-changing market.”
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