According to the company, Huawei Enterprise Business Group (BG) will provide its partners in the program with open API, global expert support and lab resources. The program will also support the introduction of new solutions to the market, helping its partners achieve business success.
Ma Yue, Vice President, Huawei Enterprise BG, expressed that the company is growing very fast in markets such as public safety, finance, power, transport, education, and media. He held that ubiquitous broadband, agile innovation and excellent user experience will be the core factors in business competitiveness in the future.
“Working closely with our customers, partners, developers, and industry groups, we are building a vibrant, mutually supportive business ecosystem that will help companies around the world achieve cloud-pipe-device synergy and digital transformation,” Yue said.
Other key developments at the Summit
John Rajchert, President of Honeywell Building Solutions, expressed his confidence in the collaboration with the Chinese multinational given their joint commitment, complementary technologies and worldwide strategies. He shared three visions for their future partnership: extensive co-innovations based on IoT technologies, joint marketing, and joint sales targeting customer needs.
Furthermore, Brett Dixon, Business Manager, Defence and Intelligence, Esri (APAC) explained how Esri’s open collaboration strategy with Huawei, and their complementary strengths, have led to shared success in the market. The two companies have worked together on the design, innovation, and marketing of smart city geo-space solutions which provide a framework for sharing data between industries.
Finance and banking was another major topic of discussion at the summit. Guan Han, Director, System Services, Yusys Technologies, gave a full account of Yusys’ partnership with Huawei and their market strategy. The duo has jointly developed a finance industry cloud solution with an open architecture which is highly reliable and simple to manage.