Brokat Technologies ramps up user-centric strategy

Brokat Technologies adds products to its user-centric strategy with the delivery of its J2EE-based M-Business Platform. Vendor aims to add value to mobile-business for local service provider community.

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By  Greg Wilson Published  June 10, 2001

Brokat Technologies is beefing up its user-centric business strategy with the delivery of its M-Business Platform 5.0. The J2EE-based platform is designed to enable companies and service providers to develop and deploy tailored transactional consumer and employee m-business services.

“With existing products like PaymentWorks and TrustWorks, we have a first-to-market advantage in the emerging m-services world,” said Stefan Roever, chief executive officer of Brokat Technologies.

“Our M-Business Platform will provide the critical infrastructure and applications needed to rapidly create secure transactional user-centric services, while simultaneously providing low cost of ownership, short time-to-market, flexibility and investment protection.”

A core target market for Brokat’s M-Business Platform is the local mobile service provider community, which are coming under increasing pressure to deliver value added services in order to retain customers.

“The business promise of wireless solutions is immense, but few if any of today's technology offerings provide the completeness, power, flexibility, cost-effectiveness and easy deployment needed to make m-business a reality,” said Massimo Pezzini, vice president, research, Gartner Group.

"Leading users, particularly mobile service operators, are looking for comprehensive, standard-based platforms that enable them to rapidly tailor new m-business services for their customers and establish competitive advantage through an early entry in the market."

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