Recognized by the leading industry associations
We're proud of our active role in forming industry standards and pushing innovation inside the mobile ecosystem.
The GSM Association (GSMA) represents the interests of worldwide mobile communications industries, and is focused on innovating, incubating and creating new opportunities for its members.
CTIA represents the U.S. wireless communications industry and the companies throughout the mobile ecosystem that enable Americans to lead a 21st century connected life. CTIA vigorously advocates at all levels of government for policies that foster continued wireless innovation and investment.
The Mobile Ecosystem Forum is a global trade body that acts as an impartial and authoritative champion for addressing issues affecting the broadening mobile ecosystem.
The MMA is the premier global non-profit trade association representing all players in the mobile marketing value chain, from advertisers and brands to operators and service providers.
Mobey Forum is a non-profit, global, financial industry-driven forum. It aims to accelerate the adoption of user-friendly mobile financial services by promoting open, non-proprietary technology standards. Read the paper on mobile POS impact we helped create.
CWTA is the authority on wireless issues, developments and trends in Canada. It represents wireless service providers as well as companies that develop and produce products and services for the industry, including handset and equipment manufacturers, content and application creators and business-to-business service providers.
The Internet & Mobile Association of India is a non-profit industry body registered under the Societies Act, 1896. It aims to expand and enhance online and mobile VAS sectors, representing the only specialised industry body in India dealing with the interests of the sector.
Mobilsiad acts to develop solidarity and cooperation between mobile service providers who offer value-added products, services and technologies over a "mobile technology platform” in communication, IT and media sectors.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner in the Independent Software Vendor sector, Infobip is a top level Microsoft solutions partner with the highest level of technical expertise and a close working relationship with Microsoft.
EIT Digital delivers breakthrough digital innovations to the market and breeds entrepreneurial talent for economic growth and improved quality of life in Europe. It does this by mobilizing a pan-European ecosystem of almost 200 top European corporations, SMEs, start-ups, universities and research institutes.
The Wireless Application Service Providers' Association (WASPA) was launched on 26 August 2004 in Sandown, Gauteng with the full support of the three network operators: Cell C, MTN and Vodacom.
Direct Marketing Associations are national trade organisations that seek to advance all forms of direct marketing.
Industry organization MORGAN is a professional network for organizations working to develop and enable mobile content services in Sweden.
Teleforum is a trade association for all electronic service and content providers in Finland. The Association represents the majority of market share in mobile content and IVR-services. Mobile internet and big screen internet are following closely.
The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) monitors electronic communications and postal sectors in Sweden. The organization strives to ensure that everyone in Sweden has access to telephone, broadband, and postal services.
PIIT has been in existence since January 1993. Chamber members are operators engaged in business activities in the ICT sector - telecommunications and information technology. Currently, the Chamber is comprised of 130 companies.
Malaysian Mobile Content Providers association (MMCP) is a voluntary body representing the majority of external mobile content providers who provide SMS and multimedia-delivered content to the Telco’s in Malaysia. The members were chartered during the formation stage where feedback forms were circulated to all ASP licensees registered with MCMC.
The Thailand Fintech Association is a community with a mission to drive the financial technology industry in Thailand. They're dedicated to building a fintech ecosystem that includes all stakeholders: fintech startups, financial institutions, regulators, accelerators, venture capital and other business partners. They aim to develop the country's fintech industry, enabling it to compete on a global level.
Aimed at facilitating industry self-regulation, the CMCF was established in February 2001, with relevant-party representation including the "supply and demand" of communications and multimedia - to govern and address content issues disseminated by way of electronic networked medium.
MSC Malaysia is Malaysia’s national ICT initiative designed to attract world-class technology companies while grooming the local ICT industry. MSC Malaysia status is recognised by the Government of Malaysia through the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) for ICT and ICT-facilitated businesses, and is a mark of world-class service and achievement.