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Intech Joins MachineShop's Expanding Technology Partner Community

Companies Collaborate to Address the Challenge of Internet Connected Systems and Devices in the Enterprise

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/30/14 -- MachineShop, the Internet of Services company, today announced it has partnered with Intech, an IT and Telecom Solutions Provider. The companies are working together to rapidly develop solutions that help enterprises connect and engage with data sources including Internet connected devices, systems and applications resulting from the convergence of operations and information technology.

As a pioneer in telecommunications research and development, Intech brings its unique ability to deliver customized IT and telecommunication solutions to MachineShop's growing partner network. By partnering with Intech, MachineShop is able to expand further into strategic markets and develop solutions that provide the enterprise with news ways to build innovative applications, integrate systems and share information.

"To date, enterprise organizations have been challenged with legacy IT platforms that have kept them from realizing the real business benefit of connected 'things,'" said Greg Jones, chief technology officer, MachineShop. "Intech's strong enterprise technology experience and keen focus on understanding the convergence of IT and operations helps MachineShop solve that problem by allowing enterprises to leverage business value from data and in turn bring solutions to market more quickly."

Joining MachineShop's growing technology partner ecosystem, Intech offers a decade of global IT services experience for large scale, full life cycle IT development services.

"Developing solutions for M2M and connected devices and systems is something that we've been doing for several years, however, the path to getting systems to talk to each other and extract business value has certainly changed," said Ben Wagner, vice president of business development, Intech. "MachineShop addresses these challenges and opportunities with an approach that dramatically simplifies the way organizations build applications and share data. We look forward to working with MachineShop to assist them in providing solutions that address the interconnection problem in the enterprise."

MachineShop provides next-generation middleware allowing organizations to create connected business solutions from any combination of devices and systems. In place of platforms, MachineShop offers standard, discrete, purpose-built services for data aggregation, data normalization, data enrichment, data storage, business logic, device management, and advanced service management -- all exposed as REST APIs. MachineShop services are available through Services Exchanges, providing developers and organizations a simple way to build new and innovative applications, integrate systems and share information.

About MachineShop:
MachineShop provides the on-ramp to the Internet of Services where trillions of transactions will occur between billions of physical things and their interactions with other systems, applications and people. MachineShop's public or private Services Exchange allow customers to subscribe to thousands of unique, managed API-centric services regardless of whether they are developed by MachineShop, its customers or other third parties. For more information, visit www.machineshop.io or @MachineShopIO

About Intech:
Intech provides IT and Telecommunications Development and Engineering solutions offering its clients "A Better Way" to obtain outsourced technical services. Founded in 2002 Intech has been providing Telecom Service Providers, Enterprises, Independent Software Vendors, Equipment Manufacturers and Professional Service Companies with specialized and customized solutions delivering high quality and innovation with less cost than traditional solutions. Customers benefit from rapid production of higher quality applications while reducing cost. Intech promotes and supports initiatives utilizing Agile Methodologies, Development Operations and Cloud Provisioning. For more information, visit www.usa-intech.com

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