Aleyant is headquartered in Wheaton, IL, USA, with a regional presence in Valencia, Spain.
Founded in 2005, Aleyant’s core product, Pressero, powers some of the most advanced, cloud-based websites, stores and portals for commercial printers, in-plants, print brokers and distributors, digital and wide format printers, and specialty printers.
Aleyant’s solutions are deployed in 43 countries with over 690 customer implementations across North America, Europe and Asia. Aleyant’s partners include Alliance Franchise Brands, Canon Solutions of America, HP, Fujifilm, and Fuji Xerox.
Sicap is a global mobile device management provider to Mobile Network Operators and Mobile Virtual Network Operators, Enablers and Aggregators. Sicap’s solution portfolio helps mobile service providers with customer insight and engagement, device and SIM management, and mobile security.
WDS’ software and services enable major wireless network operators to provision, manage and support their customers throughout their lifecycle. With the Industry’s largest knowledge base of device information spanning smartphones, tablets, broadband routers, feature phones and IoT devices, this acquired software ensures the device is recognized on the network, configured accurately and updated in life.
Telepin is a global leader providing secure mobile money platforms. Highly dependable and scalable, our solutions are helping shape the mobile digital economy—allowing mobile operators to put the power of a digital wallet on a phone in the hands of individuals who are unbanked or underbanked.
Our customer base includes successful deployments in the Middle East, South East Asia, Africa, and the Americas. With more than 256 million subscribers and more than a million merchants, we have securely processed more than 10 billion transactions on the Telepin Platform — a number that grows daily. Our stable, trusted mobile digital solutions provide wireless providers and banks the most efficient and trusted way to maximize revenue and deliver innovative mobile financial applications.
Tarantula Global Holdings Pte. Ltd., is a communications tower management software business. Tarantula’s Tower Management Solutions are sold to mobile “towercos and telcos” that operate their own tower networks. Their solution enables tower portfolio operators to rollout new towers, mange colocation contracts, manage location details, manage site access and leases, acquire new towers, manage site inventory, bill for colocation tenants, manage field workforce, and manage operations and maintenance activities. In essence, an end-to-end ERP system for tower portfolio operators.
ABN develops OSS solutions that help Communication Service Providers (CSPs) analyze subscriber-based broadband habits and dynamically bill them based on their usage. ABN has customers in North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Europe. The acquired ABN business line becomes a business unit of Incognito Software Systems, headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.
Incognito’s OSS solutions are sold to Communication Service Providers (CSPs) in both the cable and telecommunications markets enabling them to quickly and cost-effectively deploy data, voice, and video services across a multitude of fixed and wireless networks, vendors, technologies, and standards. Incognito has over 250 customers in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. Key customers include Net Serviços de Comunicação (Net Brazil), SuddenLink Communications, Starhub, and Com Hem Aktiebolag.
NETadmin's OSS solutions are sold to Communication Service Providers (CSPs) with multi-technology networks, with a deep heritage in fiber networks that connect broadband service providers to subscribers ("FTTH/B"). NETadmin's OSS enables CSP's to build and operate their networks, cost-effectively deploy data, voice, and video services, and provide monitoring and assurance to ensure customer service levels are met. NETadmin has over 70 customers worldwide and a market leadership position in the Nordics, Switzerland and Netherlands. Key customers include TeliaSonera, Telenor Open Universe, M7 Group, Caiway, Eidsiva bredbånd, and Jersey Telecom.