AWS TAKES CHARGE OF THE OPERATIONS
Cloud-based software provider Gotransverse, has today launched its new, multi-tenant data center facility in Sydney, Australia.
The data center was built for regulatory compliance and to accommodate Gotransverse’s intelligent billing customers in Australia, starting with Belong, an Australian telecommunications provider offering mobile and fixed broadband services.
“Our recent contract with Belong, demonstrates that there is a strong and growing need for quote-to-cash and subscription-based transactions in Australia,” said James Messer, founder and CEO of Gotransverse. “By setting up our own data center in Sydney, we can simplify customer deployment and support, and ensure that Gotransverse services comply with Australian data security and other regulations
The Sydney facility will be operated by Amazon Web Services (AWS) with Belong as the first Gotransverse customer to take advantage of the new data center.
Gotransverse got Belong in April after signing a partnership deal with the company. “As a rapidly growing business in a competitive market, Belong needed a versatile subscription billing system that could adapt to the business’ plans for future growth. We worked closely with belong and was selected because of the flexibility of the platform and the technical expertise of the team,” said Gotransverse.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Gotransverse is a cloud-based agile billing and monetization platform designed to enable monetization models, including subscription and consumption-based models.
Last month, the company announced that it has achieved Workday Approved Integration status. This integration connects Workday Financial Management system with the Gotransverse platform.
“Through our partnership with Workday, we’re able to simplify billing management for our customers, including any combination of one-time, subscription, or consumption-based pricing, with richer analytics and without additional customization,” adds Messer.
In November last year, Workday also went live on AWS, which it chose as its preferred public cloud infrastructure provider for its financial management and human capital management software services.