Oriana, Invitel sign cooperation agreement

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Business app creator Oriana and telecommunications service provider Invitel signed a cooperation agreement to boost innovation, the two companies announced in a joint statement.

In accordance with the agreement, Invitel expects to develop applications in a faster and more cost effective manner, while Oriana foresees more intensive growth and will offer its services through cloud technology as well.

“For the development of our services, we constantly seek solutions that can efficiently support the operations of our clients” Invitel’s ICT chief, László Marton, said. “The cooperation of Oriana and Invitel offers faster and more cost effective solutions for our clients’ challenges” Marton added.

“Beyond technological innovations, the greatest emphasis for 2015 falls on expanding our partner network in both Hungary and abroad” Oriana CEO Péter Kovács said. “Our partnership with Invitel is a milestone in our networking process” Kovács added.

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