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MachineShop Welcomes Ribera Solutions to Expanding Technology Partner Community

Partnership Addresses Growing Demand for Rapid Development of Connected Business Applications

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/14 -- MachineShop, the Internet of Services company, today announced it has partnered with Ribera Solutions, a dynamic application development company, to address the substantial market opportunity created by the need for enterprises to be able to connect and engage with data sources including Internet connected systems, devices and applications resulting from the convergence of operations and information technology.

Enterprise IT has entered a new era in which data from operational systems has the potential to inform decisions within the enterprise and its entire ecosystem. However, most organizations are not well prepared to effectively extract and manage terabytes of data and derive business value from the flood of information from devices and equipment on the distribution network.

By partnering with Ribera Solutions, MachineShop is able to expand its reach into key market segments and provide organizations with new ways of utilizing its next-generation middleware service to rapidly create and implement new products and solutions.

"We are pleased to be partnering with Ribera Solutions," said Greg Jones, chief technology officer, MachineShop. "The company's deep application development knowledge supports our need to innovate quickly and to create new ways for enterprises to connect with data sources and create productivity enhancing applications using the MachineShop Services Exchange."

Joining MachineShop's growing technology partner ecosystem, Ribera Solutions provides outsourced mobile and web software application development with a focus in the broadband, enterprise and banking markets, developing innovative applications on location tracking systems (LTS), document imaging and telecommunication solutions.

"Like MachineShop, we believe that services-oriented and API-centric application development will provide the most value, accelerated product development reducing time to market and opportunity for the enterprise to be able to innovate within the broad market opportunity created by the explosion in the number of connected devices and systems," said Abish Ghimire, managing director, Ribera Solutions. "MachineShop offers a unique and powerful approach to addressing this challenge and we are excited to explore new areas of business through our partnership."

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

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