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Irish-based global API server provider, Vordel, has partnered with Australian reseller and system integrator, Redcore to support the company’s continued expansion within the Australian and Asia Pacific region.

Announcing the appointment of Redcore, Vordel’s VP International Sales, Jacques Declas, said the partnership with Redcore would allow the company to sustain its momentum and reach new customers in the Australian market.

 “Vordel has a solid track record within the Australian and Asia Pacific markets as evidenced by our continued recent customer wins in the government, gaming and financial services sectors.

According to Declas, in recent years the company had enjoyed good commercial success in the Australian market with its Application and XML Gateways. “Building on this foundation, the Vordel API Server, now enables enterprises to deploy mission-critical APIs and extend existing IT infrastructure to keep up with the rapid change in mobile and cloud computing technologies.”

Declas said that, as a result of the partnership with Redcore, the two companies would enable enterprises to “reap the benefits of APIs by driving revenue growth through these new channels while leveraging their existing IT architecture.

“We’re confident of Vordel’s continued global growth, and this partnership further supports our commitment to serving the expanding and key markets of Australia and Asia Pacific.”

Redcore Managing Director, Andrew McLauchlan said enterprises were increasingly looking for a more effective means to control APIs across SOA, cloud and mobile computing environments.

“Vordel's best-of-breed technologies, coupled with Redcore’s broad and deep experience within Asia Pacific and Australia, offers our customers a secure, compelling and comprehensive enterprise technology solution.”

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