DALLAS, TX – Prodapt and Sprint enter into a strategic partnership to deliver industry-specific IoT solutions. The partnership enables Sprint to leverage software products, platforms and integration expertise from Synapt (Prodapt's IoT division) to deliver solutions for Sprint's enterprise customer base.
Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the intelligent network of things that communicate directly or indirectly with each other. The IoT market is expected to grow to $1.7 trillion by 2020 and the need for ready-to-use product platforms, rapid prototyping, and faster time to market are key elements for successful IoT deployments in the enterprise market.
"With the increased demand for custom solutions in the IoT space, Sprint is delighted to partner with Prodapt to provide our customers more flexibility in achieving their business goals. Sprint sees the strategic partnership with Prodapt as a major step in this direction. Prodapt has deep domain knowledge and expertise in the communications industry, which enables it to excel as a system integration partner. Its ready-to-market, end-to-end frameworks make Prodapt the partner of choice to deliver solutions faster to our customers."
Mohamad Nasser, Sr. Director, IoT & Business Applications Product Management, Sprint Corporation
Synapt, the IoT division of Prodapt, will work closely with Sprint, as an integrator to bring together Synapt's IoT platforms & products with hardware partners to deploy end-to-end, industry-specific solutions for Sprint's global enterprise customer base. The partnership has already enabled Sprint and Prodapt to win a high-profile engagement with a major US-based law enforcement department.
Vedant Jhaver, the CEO of Prodapt, said, "Synapt's ready-to-deploy IoT platforms and our commitment to invest in building next generation industry solutions provides a great potential for the strategic partnership between Prodapt and Sprint. We look forward to working together with Sprint in rolling out cutting-edge IoT solutions for Sprint's global enterprise customers."