Telefonica has announced the integration of Wireless Logic into its M2M Global Partner Programme. With more than 6,000 customers and over 1.5m SIM subscriptions, Wireless Logic is a leading provider of M2M managed services incorporating platforms, infrastructure, bolt-on services such as Device Management and connectivity. In an increasingly connected world, Wireless Logic was established through the vision of co-founders Oliver Tucker and Philip Cole, to create a critically important layer between mobile networks and organisations requiring a dedicated M2M managed services solution. That layer is a finely-tuned set of value-added services including its ‘SIMPro’ provisioning and control platform, and its private network overlay ‘NetPro’.
Telefonica and Wireless Logic have been working together for several years delivering tailored M2M services including local and global connectivity to a broad range of market sectors. By joining the Global Partner Programme, the partnership gives both organisations added breadth and scale outside of the UK, predominantly within Wireless Logic’s operating businesses in Spain, Germany and France. Outside of Europe, the organisation is actively working on projects in the Middle East and Latin America.
Commenting on the announcement, Oliver Tucker, CEO Wireless Logic said: “Working closely with Telefonica delivers a number of strategic benefits designed to optimize our commercial synergies, share market intelligence and reinhorse our partnership approach to ongoing business development. We look forward to expanding our European and global strategy with the support of the Telefonica network.”
In the year ahead, Wireless Logic is targeted to continue its expansion with further investment across its platforms and infrastructure. The organisation has been recognised in both The Sunday Times Tech Track and Profit Track league tables as one of the UK’s most successful technology organisations in both growth and business performance.
Wireless Logic is a European leader in the IOT/M2M marketplace providing ‘one window’ to control and manage an estate of SIMs across 18 European Network Operators.