hSenid Mobile showcases success stories at TAD Summit 2014; launches WebRTC

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hSenid Mobile yesterday showcased the success stories of API management platform deployments with multiple operators and launched WebRTC APIs for its Telco Application Platform (TAP) at the Telecom Application Developer Summit (TADS) 2014 in Istanbul, Turkey. TAD Summit is the industry’s most significant showcase event for Telco API management vendors and hSenid Mobile is a major sponsor of the event for the second consecutive year. hSenid Mobile has been at the forefront of innovating in the space of API management for telcos and has industry’s most comprehensive self-service solution which enables a long tail of application creation. Launch of a self-service environment by hSenid Mobile for WebRTC is a significant development that creates straight forward ways for the mobile operators to launch thousands of WebRTC-based applications. Dinesh Saparamadu, CEO of hSenid Mobile, at the conference highlighted the three critical success factors for telcos to operate an accomplished ecosystem in the app economy. These three factors were derived from hSenid Mobile’s experience from deployments around the world. hSenid Mobile’s Telco Application Platform (TAP), a platform offering simplicity with self service capabilities, lowering the entry barriers of Telco applications, and developer community engagement was also highlighted at this Summit. “hSenid Mobile’s platform and its success stories demonstrates just how easily WebRTC can make money for telcos as part of simple self-service customer communication applications,” stated Alan Quayle, founder of TAD Summit and renowned telecom industry luminary. “WebRTC is just a technology, the skill is wrapping it into easy to use and compelling applications, which hSenid’s TAP enables. hSenid Mobile engineers solutions that enable telecom operators to seamlessly connect to businesses. The platforms are designed to cater to and enhance business and social requirements of enterprise and consumer markets.