The JV named Symphony Teleca would also provide real-time analytics platforms and services
Software company Symphony Service and the mobile technology firm Teleca have partnered to create Symphony Teleca, a company focused on helping clients to develop, manage and support software for emerging cloud and enterprise mobility offerings.
Symphony Teleca will be head-quartered in Palo Alto, California, with Sanjay Dhawan as Chief Executive Officer.
The combined company will have an enterprise mobility offering which includes a full complement of planning, deployment and operations-oriented services.
It would also provide real-time analytics platforms and services to help companies create, execute predictive analytic models from multiple streams of data generated by mobile, enterprise and Internet sources.
Symphony Teleca CEO Sanjay Dhawan said the union is about a strategic fit between two experienced and well-respected global companies that together will continue to serve existing customers and new organisations as the clear services partner of choice for those in the business of making or using software and software-enabled products in the connected world.
"Symphony Teleca is global in scale, has clear leadership in the areas that will define next-generation cloud and connected software applications, boasts one of the largest R&D capabilities focused on enterprise software and mobility, and employs one of the most experienced global services teams in the industry," said Dhawan.