Telin Singapore to use Parallels Automation platform to expand its cloud offerings to its partners
Partners can enhance customer storefront experience and simplify service provider management
PARALLELS has announced a partnership with Telin Singapore, a member of PT Telkom Indonesia Group, Indonesia’s largest telecommunication and network services provider.
Telin Singapore will leverage the Parallels Automation platform, a hosting and cloud services delivery system, for its data centre operations in Changi to expand its cloud offerings for various hosting providers in Singapore and the region, Parallels said in a statement.
With Parallels Automation, Telin Singapore will be able to deploy new services more quickly, reduce operational costs, and increase average revenue per user (ARPU) to its hosting partners, Parallels said.
As the platform offers a full automated experience, partners can dramatically reduce effort for highly integrated solutions and enable easy-to-use experiences and dynamic content within the customer’s control panel, the company claimed.
In addition, the partners can enhance customer storefront experience and simplify service provider management experience.
“We’re committed to helping our partners, such as Telin Singapore to grow and strengthen their business in the cloud space by addressing the increasing IT needs of their customers,” said David Dzienciol, vice president and general manager, Parallels Asia Pacific.
“Telin Singapore is one of the leading providers of infocom and connectivity services in the region and we see this partnership as a strong proof-point to our expertise in the telecom industry,” he claimed.
“Telin Singapore’s data centre plays a significant role in our data services offering. Located in Changi, Singapore, it is in the same compound as Telkom Group’s network infrastructure, enabling customers to gain access to seamless network connectivity and quick storage,” said Telin Singapore chief executive officer Septika Noegraheni Widyasrini.
“One of Telin Singapore’s key business offerings is to expand its capabilities to maximise revenue opportunities via the cloud in Singapore and the region.
“Our partnership with Parallels forms an integral part in our overall cloud strategy and we look forward to leveraging its experience to delivering stable operational workload and cost savings to our customers,” she added.
The partnership announcement was made in conjunction with the WorldHostingDays Asia conference in Singapore.
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