weComm partners with Bango for mobile app analytics and payment

1 min read Networks & Network Services
weComm, provider of interactive mobile data solutions, and Bango, mobile analytics and payment company, have announced a partnership to collaborate on state of the art mobile analytics and payment solutions for mobile applications.

The company’s multi platform mobile application solutions will be integrated with Bango’s mobile analytics and payment products, offering customers the ability to independently measure mobile applications and collect payment across all platforms.

weComm’s Wave software platform, develops and delivers applications that run on all type of handsets, including, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile, as well as Java and Symbian handsets. It enables highly dynamic content that is always up to date with the ability to easily change not only the content but also the structural elements that make up the application without compromising a mobile platform’s native look and feel.

By integrating Bango technology alongside the Wave platform, developers using weComm are able to accurately and independently measure their mobile applications and bill customers worldwide across multiple platforms.

CEO Graham Summers, said: “By integrating with Bango's enterprise class analytics and payment engines, weComm reinforces its position as a leading provider of mobile applications infrastructure to the world's pre-eminent media organisations."

Summers added: "The fragmented areas of analytics and payments often create significant challenges for customers looking for a robust and sophisticated approach to monetisation, with a myriad of companies small and large offering partial or inflexible solutions not designed for mobile. Bango has extensive geographical reach through relationships with mobile carriers across the globe and have proven their scalability with some of the world's premier brands. Through this close working relationship, we are now able to provide a truly pre-integrated solution for enterprises focussed on maximising mobile application reach and revenue."